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HISTORY 



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Contents 




0-pening 






page 1 


PersTpecdves 






page 17 


Organizations 






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StnioTs 






page 49 


Undexdassmen 






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Facility and Administration 




page 183 


S-ports 






page 197 


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Index 






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Ciosing 






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Forester 1991 

A P(ace in History 




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A common question asked by new LFC 
students is "What's a Forester?" Most 
upperclassmen answer either, "I don't know^ 
or "It's some sort of a lumber jack, " 

It's time to set the record straight. Here is ' 
he correct answer. In 1964 Burgess Ayres 
(right) was a runner-up in the "Jim Forester" 
contest at LFC. Jim Forester is a mythical 
woodsman who presided over the traditional 
spring weekend of frollicking games, races, 
booths, and contests. Contenders for the title 
competed in beards and blue jeans; they had to 
be able to tell a tall tale and generally had to 
look the Paul Banyan type. 

Besides Jim Forester, there was also a Jane 
Forester. A 1964 contestant is pictured on 
page 3. 

So the next time anyone asks, "What's a 
Forester?" you'll be able to give them a., 
truthful answer. 



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(Above) Michelle Niies prepared an interesting array of food on her tray 

(Top Right) Sam Silberman watched as Mindy Tygar arranged her lettuce on her 

hamburger. 

(Right) Tony Vigon and Kathy Hafenscher showed just how much fun the 

cafeteria can be. 

(Middle) Ryan Yamada, Heath Watson, Alex Case, and Peter Devine enjo; 

the ARA cuisine. 

(Far Right) Traci Lane assembled a potato and utilized the new and improved 

salad bar. 

(Top Far Right) Lydia Field, Ayumi Koyuma, Andrea Fenton, and Fumiko 

Tadano '"do lunch" in the autumn air. 



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Food for thought 

by Brad Savage 

Article courtesy of the Sientor 

Foud Strvicc DircLtur iMar>' Murnsun (.aine up with cht 
low-down on the amount ot food wc cat. Fortunately (for 
their own health), there arc tew students or faculty 
members here who weigh 2^5 pounds. But, I wuuld like 
to ask you to visualize such a person for just a moment. 
Got It.' Now, that is the equivalent weight ut beet round 
that ARA buys each week to teed us Cannibalistic though 
this image may be, it helps to get the point across. 
Hamburgers are nexr on the list at I"^! pounds per week, 
Would you like fries with that' ARA acc^uires an 
incredible 690 pounds of them weekly. That works out to 
more than 1 1 tuns per year! Does the word "grease" come 
to mind? if so, then consider the 7() pounds of hotdogs, 
88 pounds ot sausage links, 120 pounds of bacon, or 206 
pounds of turkey breast we wolf down in |ust seven days 
here. 

Of course, man does not live on meat alone. In the 
same time frame, we are provided with more rhan 300 
pounds ot lettuce, and that is only the tip of the iceberg. 
Tomatoes are the next most popular iby weight, anyway), 
followed by onions, carrots, and bringing up the rear, 
broccoli . 

Orange )uice lovers, the bitterness you have tasted in 
grapefruit juice is not just your imagination, the LFC 
community prefers ARAs O.J, to their G.J. by a margin 
of 7.3 to 1. Orange juice is just as popular as Diet Coke, 
but not quite as popular as regular Coke, NX'hen it comes 
to caring about one's health, comparatively few Foresters 
recognize the overwhelming advantage of skim milk { 126 
gal/wk) over I'-f milk (240 gal/wk) Apparentl)', they 
haven't realized that 2'4 lowfat milk is a scam. That's 
right, a scam. 1 have been told that regular milk contains 
only 3^f milktat! 




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Going Piaces 

"Moving right along through good times 
and bad times. . ," was seen on the LFC 
campus in early September and throughout the 
school year. Students were found to travel from 
place to place with ail different kinds of 
transportation. 

Some traveled by way of bicycling. "I use 
my bicycle to its full capacity. I ride it into 
town and to classes through the best and worst 
kinds of weather," said Susan Borders, a 
sophomore. Other students used a four 
wheeled vehicle. "I like to drive my van to my 
dorm and to classes," said an anonymous 
student. Still other students used such 
transportation as the train and roller blades. 
But most students seemed to walk to classes 
and to other places. All in ail, many students 
certainly found interesting ways to travel. 




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(Top far left) Karen Yarborough, Jody Strauss, and 

Kristin Graham took a brisk walk across campus. 

(Bottom far left) Sean Nowowiecki engaged in an 

afternoon of roller blading. 

(Above left) An LFC student started on a midday 

motorcycle ride. 

(Above) Doug Sutherland hurried off on his bic"ycle to a 

class. 

(Left) Susan Bowring, Maureen Gallagher, Hope Potter, 

and Shannon Reidy walk down the path on South 

campus. 



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Playfair is a tradition for incoming student^ 
that they wiU not soon forget. Playtair is a way 
to meet a lot of people in a short amount of 
time. 

Freshman Alison Freund states, "I know a 
lot of people didn't like it, but I think a lot of 
people got aquainted with each other and thei 
sSUtcome was gixid. " ^ 

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"people felt that playfair was ridiculous if not 
just plain embarrassing. But all in all, everyone 
did meet quite a few new people, and that is,^ 
the point of Playfair. Anyway, it's fun to be 
silly sometimes! 



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A Strong Foundaiion 

(Top) A student paints che beaut)' of nature. 




(Middle) Beth Willson is caught off guard while studying 
for psychology. 

(Bottom) In the libmry Ted Handler uses the computer 
to do research, 



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Aifdcies Makt Their Mark on LFC 




<Above) Seniur Colleen Buuck perfected her sotccr skills in her LFC years. She helped the women's soccer team reach a milestone in the 1990 seasoj 
the team's 100th career victory. 



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(Top Left) The Foresters faced the Trojans at the line of scrimmage and recorded a victory. 

(Above) Blake Swih, #28, left his mark on LFC last spring, Swifr was the teams third highest point 
scorer, and he was voted most valuable player. 



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(Above Right) Mike Rweyemamu viewed the world 
from a different angle. 

(Right) Kate Hoopef and Lori Meenan supported the 
men's soccer team, 



Faces in History 

Lake Forest College has a diverse student 
body, and each of these faces are a part of 
L.F.C's history. This year a total of 1,066 
different faces can be spotted around campus. 
This includes 283 freshmen, 277 sophomores, 
287 juniors, and 211 seniors (8 students are 
unclassified). 

As far as gender is concerned, women out- 
number men by almost 100 students. The stu- 
dent body is 54% female and 46% male. 

In the fall of 1990, 10% of the students 
attending were minorities (Asian, Black, His- 
panic and American Indian). International stu- 
dents comprise 3.2% of the student body. Of 
the students from the U.S., 45% are Midwes- 
temers while 19% are Easterners. Surprise! Not 
everyone here is from the East Coast. The For- 
ester considers the Midwest to be IL, WI, IN, 
VA, and Ohio. The Eastern States are MA, CT, 
NH, VT, NY, RI and Maine. 

According to Wayne Doleski, approximately 
30% of LFC faces belong to a fraternity or 
sorority. 

In the school year 1990-91, these faces be- 
came part of LFC history. 
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(Above) Lauren Schulman, a RA in Nollen, laughs as 
she reads the new cules in her scudent handbook. 

(Middle)Kimberly Finn and Cammy Yamashiro look 
out into Lake Michigan while eating dinner at the 
freshmen picnic. 

(Right) Rick Dixon, Cart Bonnawitz, Chad Welborn, 
and Adam Crawford enjoy the sun on South campus. 



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History in the- Making: Saudi Arabia 



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Kuwait, Hussein, Iraq. One year ago these 
words meant littJe to the typical American. 
They were merely places on the other side of 
the world and an insignificant man who lead 
an equally insignificant country. In the early 
morning hours of August 2, 1990, however, 
these three words suddenly took on a 
ffightening new meaning. 

Following negotiations and promises by 
Iraq's diaator, Saddam Hussein, not to use 



force, a powerful Iraqui army invaded Kuwait. 
Within three days, 120,000 Iraqi troops with 
850 tanks had poured into the small country. 
To the alarm of the American public, the U.S. 
wasted no time in answering the agression, 
building up a U.S. force of well over 100,000 
troops in neighboring Saudi Arabia. As of 
mid-Octobet, that number rose to 200,000. 
Their purpose. Pentagon sources claimed, was 
to defend the desert kingdom from a possible 



Iraqui attack. 

Despite the government's reasons for 
deploying troops, many Americans became 
suspicious of another Vietnam and protests 
reminiscent of the 1960's were organized. Lake 
Forest students themselves protested in 
downtown Chicago along with college-age 
students aaoss the cotmtry. 



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by Douglas Sutherland 

My brother is in the United States Navy. At 
about this time he is floating somewhere in 
the Persian Gulf. In reality, I should have been 
in the military. My biother was always "the 
brain" and the most out-going member of our 
family but as we got older our paths seemed to 
switch. While I went camping and canoeing 
and learned leadership skills, he stayed at 
home and watched television. 

I decided to go to college and he decided to 
get married and join the Navy. When I 
learned he had joined the Navy, I was 
shocked. If I remember correctly, he does not 
know how to swim very well. He has been 
gone since late July. He came back once to 
visit, but he spent most of his time with his 
wife. I did not really mind because we never 
spent time together. I miss him very much. I 
wear his hat almost everywhere because it 
reminds me of him. I have this sense that I 
should be very patriotic because he is fighting 
for my future. I hate the question, "What will 
happen if we go to war?" My brother will be 
the first to attack if something happens. 

When I was young, I always said that I 
hated my brother because he called me names 
and picked on me. Now I do not know what I 
would do without him. He is the one keeping 
me in school. I love my brother and always 
will. I want my brother home. And peace. 

(Top Left) An American soldier in the Middle East 
prepares to face off with Iraqui soldiers, 
(Above) U.S. troops arrive in Saudi Arabia. 
(Left) The cornerstone of the crisis: Saddam Hussein. 



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(Above) Germans celebrate reunification with a bang. 
(Top Right) President George Bush and Soviet President 
Mikhail Gorbachev shake hands in agreement. 
(Right) Demonstrators protest in Prague. 




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The Wor(d Stniggies to Unite in Peace 



Throughout the year, the world has seen 
;overnments collapse, rebuild, or reunite. In 
iastem Europe the Communist party became 
econdary to those seeicing democracy. In 
'rague demonstrators demanding an end to 
Zommunism lit candles and placed flowers on 
bloodstained sidewalks where police had 
ittacked protesters. This was the largest rally of 
ts kind in 20 years. While the demonstrators 



tried to reach Wencelas Square, poUce attacked 
them with tear gas, dogs, and clubs. 

Meanwhile, U.S. and Soviet relations 
continued to warm up. In June, President 
Bush and Soviet President Gorbachev met in a 
summit and signed a sheaf of agreements. The 
fruits of their diplomacy resulted in a 
conditional trade accord and a prelimary deal 
to cut long-range nuclear arms. 



In Eastern Europe, months of debate and 
years of struggle came to an end when East 
Germany and West Germany became the 
Federal Republic of Germany on Oaober 3. 
This historic event turns the new country into 
one with 78 miUion people occupying an area 
about half the size of Texas. 



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Making Entertainment History. 



While political controversy stirred the 
world, members of the entertainment industry 
did their best to stir up things as well. 

Madonna kicked off her 1990 world tour, 
"Blond Ambition" with a seven-concert tour 
of Japan beginning in April, then moved on to 
the U.S. and Europe. In each of her two-hour 
performances, the singer ran through a series of 
accent and costume changes that made some 
conservatives seethe. Whether or not Madonna 
has the talent, she is proving herself as a 
controversial boundary breaker especially in her 
videos. MTV banned her video "Justify My 
Love" on the grounds it was indecent. 



Sinead O'Connor also made it big this year. 
The twenty-three year old Irish singer with the 
shaved head has been topping the charts and 
won video of the year by a female artist at the 
MTV music video awards. 

Another mover-and-shaker this year was 
filmmaker Spike Lee. He scored big with his 
film "Do the Right Thing." The thrity-three 
year old Lee says that he is looking forward to 
the day when he no longer has to sell himself 
to the movie industry like some new kid on 
the block. 

Speaking of New Kids, that five-member 
Boston based group is still hot among 



teenagers everywhere. To date they have sold 
over twenty million albums and have had five 
top five songs. This group is one you either 
love or love to hate, and the boys have quite a 
few non-fans waiting for the fad to fade. 
Finally, that Flashy Queen of TV land 
Roseaime Barr created a commotion when she 
"sang" the National Anthem at a National 
League double header game. Barr's behavior 
should not have come as a surprise. During a 
world series game in Oakland last fall, she 
bared her botom that revealed a tatoo 
declaring "Tom," her husband, Tom Arnold. 



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(Top Left) Madonna struts her stuff in concen. (Top Middle) Smead 

O'Connor expresses herself as well. 

(Top) Spike Lee and sister Zoie enjoy the success that his films have brought. 

She has aaed in them, he has direaed. 

(Above) Roseanne Barr belts out the National Anthem-finger in ears-with 

good reason. 

(Left) New Kids on the Block celebrate after winning two American Music 

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(Right) Texas Ranger Nolan Ryan pitches his 300th win. 
(Middle)The Cincinnati Reds celebrate after winning the 
World Series. 

(Above) Joe Montana, the highest paid NFL quarterback, 
goes back to pass. 



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Here 5 One for the Books. . . 



In the world of sports, records were 
;hattered right and left. 

The Cincinnati Reds, given no chance to 
)eat the Oakland As, needed only four quick 
;ames to win the world series in one of the 
Jiggest upsets in baseball history. The Red's 
:ompleted their improbable sweep on Oaober 
10, in spite of losing their two star players, 
iric Davis and Billy Hatcher to injuries. 



Cincinnati relied on Jose Rijo and rallied for 
two runs in the eighth inning to win 2-1, and 
that was it. 

Meanwhile, Nolan Ryan, pitching for the 
Texas Rangers, won his 300th game on July 
31, defeating the Milwaukee Brewers. "I feel 
more relieved than anything else after all the 
build up," Ryan said after joining the 300 
club with this win. Ryan became one of only 



ten major league pitchers to win 300 games. 
In the world of pro-football, Joe Montana 
made history in August by negotiating one of 
the richest contraas ever in NFL history with 
the San Francisco 49ers. He will be paid 13 
million dollars over four years to play football. 
Called the greatest quarterback in the history 
of football, he will now be paid more than any 
other quarterback ever. 



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Vkiorious Images Around tfte Wor(d 



This year was one of smiles and triumphs 
for everyone from world leaders to beauty 
queens. 

Nelson Mandela, longtime prisoner of the 
South African government was released in 
February. Given a life sentence in 1962 for 
plotting a goverrmient overthrow, Mandela was 
finally set free after lengthy negotiations with 
President F. W. de Klerk. Mandela then 
proceeded to embark on a six week tour of 
three continents. At the age of 71, Mandela 



visited 14 nations in Europe, North America, 
and Africia achieving his goals. These were to 
urge foreign governments to maintain 
sanaions agaisnt South Africa, raising funds 
for the African National Congress, and 
explaining the goals of his movement. 

Meanwhile in Nicaragua, Violeta Barrios de 
Chamorro, publisher of that country's 
opposition newspaper, led a 14-part coalition 
to viaory over Sandinista rule. 

Despite her political inexperience, Chamorro 



declared, "The Nicaraguan people have shown 
that they want to live in democracy, in peace, 
and in freedom." 

A little closer to home, celebrations 
continued as Marjorie Judith Vincent, Miss 
Illinois, took home the crown of Miss America 
1991. A pianist of Haitian descent, the 25 
year old is a third year law student at Duke 
University and graduated from DePaul 
University. 



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(Far left) Nelson Mandella raises his arms in viaory 

during his world tour. 

(Left) Violeca Barrios de Chamorro celebrates her victory 

over the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. 

(Above) Marjorie Judith Vincent, Miss America 1991, 

beams after her win. 



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Deferufing Rights and the Environment 



Many issues caused controversy in American 
ociety in 1990. One was the dispute over flag 
)uming rights. In June of 1990, the U.S. 
ienate rejeaed a constitutional amendment 
igainst flag burning. The senate voted 58-42 
n favor of the amendement, leaving it nine 
'otes short of the required two-thirds majority 
leeded for approval. 

President Bush called for approval of the 
neasure, which read, "Congress and the states 
hall have power to prohibit the physical 
ieseaation of the flag of the United States." 



With Democratic leaders saying that the 
amendment amounted to placing limits on 
freedom of speech, the house rejected it as 
well. Many Americans agreed with this 
viewpoint, while still others held the opinion 
the flag is a sacred symbol. Although 
lawmakers will not get a chance to reconsider 
for quite some time, the debate will continue. 

Another current that swept across the 
country was the rise of a new "conservation 
generation" to care for the Earth's now fragile 
environment. On April 22, 1990, an estimated 



200 million people all over the planet 
celebrated the 20th anniversary of Earth Day. 
In Washington, Earth Day founder Gaylord 
Nelson urged more than 100,000 people 
massed at the foot of the capitol to work to 
motivate pohticians and corporate leaders to 
environmental aaion. 

Since then environmental groups have 
multiplied and awareness about the state of 
our planet has increased as well. LFC itself has 
institued a recycling program along with many 
other American communities. 



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History Makers Pass Away 



As the world moved on business as usual, 
many lives that affected us in one way or 
another came to an end. Entertainers such as 
Ralph Abemathy, Greta Garbo, and the 
legendary Sammy Davis, Jr. were among those 
who died during the past year. Stevie Ray 
Vaughan was killed in a helicopter crash and 
we also lost orchestra direaing genius Leonard 
Bernstein, millionaire Malcolm Forbes, and on 
the political front, Jose Duaxte. 

The world mourned the tragic loss of Ryan 
White, the young man whose fight against the 
AIDS virus heightened awareness of the deadly 



disease. His story was told in a television 
movie and his funeral attended by luminaries 
such as Elton John and Barbara Bush. 

A tragedy occurted in May when puppeteer 
Jim Henson died from a severe case of 
pneumonia at the age of 53. A man who 
influenced this generation perhaps more so 
than any other entertainer. During his career, 
he created an endearing colleaion of characters, 
charaaers of timeless appeal. In 1969 
Henson's creations — Kermit the frog. Big 
Bird, and Cookie Monster — first appeared on 
public television's educational children's 



program Sesame Street. Then in 1976 Henson 
branched off to produce his own show 
featuring his aeations in a comedy showcase 
called "The Muppet Show." 

After its successful run, Henson went on to 
produce several motion pictures that showed 
his genius; movies such as "The Dark 
Crystal," "The Muppet Movie," and 
"Labyrinth." 

Although his death was untimely and 
ttagic, Jim Henson's creations — Miss Piggy, 
Fozzie Bear, and many others — will keep his 
memory alive forever. 



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Only in 
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Donald and Ivana Trump got a divorce! Oh 
no! Donald's billions are now dwindling down 
to just millions. What next? Donald has 
resorted to seeing bimbo-type models while his 
poor martyr wife prepares to go to court to 
take not half, but a mere 40% of his worth. 

In the meantime, Ivana gets $10 million, 
the house in Connecticut, one month a year at 
the Palm Beach estate, and the Triplex in New 
York's Trump Tower. And while Ivana colleCTS 
this paltry alimony, Donald struggles to save 
his empire from collapse. 

The typical American soap opera couple, 
Ivana and Donald would have a hard time 
convincing most people of their suffering. As 
they cry into their silk pillowcases, many 
Americans have no pillows to cry into at all. 

This past year a legion of clipboard-toting 
counters sought out shelters, subways, and 
steam grates in the broadest attempt ever to 
find out the extent of the homelessness in 
America. Some of those surveyed didn't mind 
the intrusion. One man stated, "It shows that 
they are starting to recognize us as humans 
and not the scum of the earth." 

Different opinions emerged, however, when 
another homeless man said, "What are they 
going to use the numbers for anyway? To tell 
us there ain't no ptoblem? I'm a living 
example that there is a problem. We need 
jobs, not surveys." The U.S. Census Bureau is 
spending $2.7 million to tally homeless 
Americans, but critics fear an undercount will 
allow the government to justify cuts in services. 

The count now stands at an estimated 3 
million people. These people live on the streets 
or wherever else they can find shelter. It's a 
problem that makes Donald Trump's 
problems seem rather shallow. 



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Gentrai Asstmbiy 

The current Student Government, established in 
1972, is composed of the General Assembly (GA) and 
its subcommittees, the Executive Committee (EC), and 
the three Student Government officers: The President, 
Vice-President, and Treasurer. Student members of 
other college governance committees also play an aaivf 
and important role in the Student Government. In 
addition, campus organizations are supported by 
Student Government. 




(Front) Dia Ichikawa, Scott Btaming, Doug Sutherland, PauJ Baldwin, Laura Bancroft, Mike 
Rweyemamu, Lydia Field, Sam Silberman (Second) Alex Diehl, Monique Macartney, Trida Ptomey, 
Noel Black, Anne Carnevalle, Erika Glocker (Third) Juliet Carson, Lisa Ross, Amie Sunseri, Lydia 
Bartlena, Erin Barry, Ellison Clark, Kelly Metyk, Greg Lage, Kimberley Little (Fourth) Ed Wingenbach, 
Jason Reitelnian, Jessica Gardner (Back) Danny Cole, Cindy Norton, Chris Bennett, Scott Pozil. Not 
Pictured: Jay Avicolli, Ted Dever, Hilary Newlin, Nae Simmons, Tami Fisher, Kate Schultz. 



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(Front) Peter Shapiro (Second) Jenny Palenske, Jennifer Magarity, 
Marae Stenmark, Beth Levitsky, Maggie Smith (Third) Lisa Ross, 
Kelly Penry, Theresia Moset, Helen Fogarty (Fourth) Joe Miller, 
Ashish Desai, Kit Bland (Back) Christian Dickinson, Allison Cobb, 
Sarah Lowther 



Social Strvkes 

The purpose of the Social Services Organization at 
Lake Forest College is to provide students with 
oppuminites for community service through volunteer 
work. Examples include aiding handicapped children, 
sponsoring parties at homes for the elderly, and 
conduaing field trips to social agencies. The Sodal 
Services Organization is open to all persons who are 
interested in volunteer work, regardless of major or 
career orientation. 




(Front) Elizabeth Stanley, Lisa Azu, Michelle Fotgeton, Susan Bowring (Second) Tony Popow, Nathalie 
Richard, Mike Stone, Shannon Reidy 



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Ambassadors 

The Ambassadors are a group of smdents who 
provide services for prospeaive students and their 
families. These services include walking tours of the 
campus and assistance with Fall and Spring Open 
Houses. New Ambassadors are seleaed each spring 
from a group of Ambassador Apprentices. Any and all 
students are welcome to volunteer as Ambassador 
Apprentices. Any and all students interested in serving 
as an Ambassador Apprentice are encouraged to stop by 
the Admissions Office for further information. 



(Front) Wendy Heilman, David Cholewiak, Joanna Mason, Susan Borders, Jason Reitelman, Heather 
ReilJy, Mindy Tygar, Carrie Drumm (Seconti) Brant Dykehouse, Stephanie Schade, Christian Dicicinson, 
MoUy Rigney, Liz Porter, Alexia Ross, Julie Enichen, Trida Parziale, Sue Reddy, Sue Wagenaar (Third) 
Lisa Parker, Laura Secrist, Elizabeth Stanley (Fourth) Trida Promey, Jen Giese, Monique Macartney, 
Lydia Field, Tim State, Robin Thomas, Janet McDonald (Back) Scott Pozil, Ashish Desai, Andfea 
Fenton, Matt Parker, Lance Lehmann. 




Fanhtdenic Comxdt 

(Front) Kathy Kohl, Marde Parker, Matt McLaughlin, Laurie 
Nuebel, Dan Bracken, John Christensen, Kevin Delaney (Second) 
Margoc Tonko, Cindy Norton, Gretchen Sloan, Debbie Waszak, 
Alexia Ross, Sean O'Leary (Back) Jason Lenihan, Will Thorns, Ted 
Dever 



Peer Consttors 



(Front) Allison Fceund, Sara Voorhees, David Cholewiak, Mindy 
Tygar, Heather ReilJy, Elizabeth Stanely, Hilary Newlin, Margot 
Tonko (Second) Sandy Bozich, Kellie Scheurell, Shadi Soomekh, 
Chris Owen, Seana Kelly, Kathryn Klein, Gint Strautnieks, Colleen 
Bouck, Larissa Scross, Nicole Harper, Emily Budd, Molly McQain. 
Tracy Cleveland, Philippa Cooper, Ani Doss, Greg Martin (Fifth) 
Dave Wakabayashi, Dan Bracken, Michelle Niles, Jay Ferrari, Steven 
Chon, Brady Wilson, Jason Lenihan, Peter Whidock. Kate Bailey, 
Ben Stillwell (Back) Joy Bass, Dil Arsakularanta, Jessica Gardner, 
Scon Pozil, Mickey Pulce, Tara Pagone, Carlyn Krystal, Mia Woodis, 
Mike Stone, Dan Baum, Matt Parker 



Not Pictured: Lisi Bryan, Jen Courts, Derek Crouch, Julie Enichen, Yverte Haire, Kimberley Litde, 
Monique Macartney, Chris Nolin, Patti Smith, Julie Valone, Pam Weinreich, Bill Wingate. 



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Aii^ha Chi 



Alpha Chi is a fraternity founded at Lake Forest 
College in 1983. Its primary goals and philosophy are 
based upon academic excellence and a concern with the 
betterment of the college community. Membership is 
based on potential leadership qualities, academic 
excellence, and athletic aaivites. We are always looking 
for any individual who wish to keep Alpha Chi a leader 
among campus fraternities. 




(FroQt) Stefao Peirion. Bill Pajcton. Chns Hamijcon (Second) Doug Pinketron, Ted Handler. Jon Gaskell (Third) ShawTi Danhouscr, Brian 
Townsend. Steve Bemstem, Todd Wheelden, Matt Barnard, Marcus Jurema, WdJ Thorns, Scott Wessel, Chns Pruett, Drew Sinn, Mike 
Biankner, Dan Lowenberg, Pat Madden, Ted Dever, Mux Diehl, Carter Fenion. Louis Goitermann Not Pictured. Will Kreidler, Jason 
Webb, Earl Olmstead. Mike Bums 



Brotherhood 



The Brotherhood is a fraternity that is committed to 
serving the College community. Providing a sodal outlet 
for everyone is one funaion, but the camaraderie shared 
by its members is what makes it such a strong group. 
The doors of the Brotherhood are always open to anyone 
who wishes to visit. 




(FroDC) Ken Ottaviano, Marc Heissan, Will Green, Scon Kapchioski, Matt McLaughlin, Bryan Kiley (Second) Jerry Barcnbaum, Colin 
Barbera, Joel Forney, Phil Cliristopher, Chris Waish, Will Fleming, David Haines, Guy CoUins, Jason Peterson. Mike May, Eric Olson 
(Third) Jason Lenihan, Andy Weesner, Man Cochran, Tony Vigon, Jim Adams. Gary Franas, Erik Ahlquist (Back) Jay Ferrari, Brent 
Hudson, Paul Grabowski, Craig Salters 



Phi Pi Epsifon 

Phi Pi Epsilon, established at LFC in 1895, is the 
"oldest local fraternity in the United States." It is 
currently headquaned in Bradley Lodge. The brothers of 
Phi Pi Epsilon are involved in many campus 
organizations and athletic teams. Phi Pi Epsilon pledges 
are seleaed and initiated in the spring. 




(Front) Scott Brarmng. Dave WaJcabayashi. Steve Strohmer, Don Mascro, Tim Jones. Peter Whidock, Bryan Desmond, Paul Baldwin, Larry 
Ring (Second) Harty Glover, Frank Salvoni. Steve Flahive. Sean O'Leary, Bill Kuebbeler, Andre Lacroix, Brady Wilson, Eric Stmth, Mike 
Wasik, Greg Selby (Third) Sean Gill, Dan Vacco, Eric Drometer, Kevin Delaney, Marc Jouben, Corey O'Connor (Back) John Chnstensen, 
Peter Brigham, Dan Bracken. Keith Jankow^ki, Chns O'Neill, C3up Monzegho 



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(Front) Sarah Raynor, Laura Phillips, Amie Sumeri, Michelle Niles, KeLy Metyk, Laune Nuebel, Julie Eoichen, Lisa Parker, Alexia Ross, 
Heather O'Leary (Second) Ahson Steeble, Emily Budd. Lydia Bartlerta, Hilary Newhn, Erin Cannon, Melanie Friedley. Debbie Waszak, 
Kris Henningfeld. Krisien Dow, Anne-Maric Ferry, Monica Malcaghati, Adrienne Conwell (Back) Simona On. Sue Crawford, Michelle 
LaSalle, Kaiherine Baldwin, Laura Bancroft, Anne C^arrwrighc. Amie Holzer. MoLy McClain. Tracy Cleveland, Chreyl Kaczmarick, Sue Metz, 
Alida Woodward, Ellison Clark, Betsy Yelson. Olivia Jonqua, Christine Parenti 




(Front) Julie DeMuyt, Monique Macartney, Anne Bennen (Second) Maide Parker, Kimberlcy Little, Carrie Drumm, Beth Ehardt, Holly 
Ziemek, JoAnnc Gassmere (Third) Jennifer Ellis, Dil Arsakuiaratana, Carole Kwasinski, Emilie Franz, Lauren Schulman, Kay-Kay Webster. 
Tricia Parziale (Fourth) Kristen Anderson, Hrather Bell (Back) Margot Tonko, Nikki Schultz, Kathy Kohl, Tnaa Ptomey, Ani Doss Not 
Pictured: Liz Barber, Yvettc Haire, Carlotta Halloran, Kimm Kane, Kim O'Malley. Shawn Pierce, Nikki StrefUng. 




Atpfm Pi DeCta 

Alpha Pi Delta is a sorority which serves both a social 
and philanthropic purpose. The members are interested 
in organizing social aaivities for themselves and for the 
community at large. Alpha Pi seeks to participate in 
projects and activities which will help others including 
the Lake County Marathon, Open House, and needy 
family dinners at Thanksgiving and Christmas. 



Gamma Phi Omega 

Gamma Phi Omega was founded in 1988 as an 
organization for women and became a sorority in the 
Fall of 1989- The goals of this group include promoting 
diversity, providing service for the community, and 
expanding opportunities for women. Gamma Phi 
Omega's members are committed to academic 
achievement and aaively supporting College activities. 



Gamma Kho Delia 

Gamma Rho Delta is a sorority committed to 
developing the spirit of sisterhood among members and 
dedication to Lake Forest College. Open and private 
parties given throughout the year seek to enhance the 
social atmosphere of the campus. 



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(Front) Daphne Filides, Dara Arnold, Gretchen Sloan, Sacha Sprecher, Beth Levitsky (Second) Cara-Mier Capone, Laura Exarhou. Suzanne 
Chapman, Patti Smith. Helen Fogarty (Third) Seana Kelly, Mimi Wicr. Valerie Lewis. Tracy Lane. Cindy Norton, Leslie Armstrong, 
Christine Owen. Daphne Wilmerding. Meredith Miller. Colleen Bouck (Back) Allegra Costa, Beth Willson. Kate Bailey, Darby Bentoff, 
Alex Foley. Melissa Roper. Lori Meenan. Sarah Lepinski, Maureen Gibbons, Tina Poklar 



Organizations 37 



Toresitr 



Each year the yearbook staff sets out to produce a 
book that depias the flavor of life for students, faculty, 
and administration as they engage in academic and 
sodal activities on campus. Through the use of pictures 
and words, the staff works toward assembling a 
publication which will contain many lasting memories. 




(Front) Dede Gay, Susan Borders, Tami Fisher, Jennifer Fetter, Nicole Tarandy (Second) Mark Collier, 
Scott Pozil, Sue Wagenaar, Mickey Pulce, Tricia Ptomey, Anne Bennett (Back) Ryan Yamada, Melissa 
Kemp, Cailyn Krystal, John Tweedie, Monique Macartney, Tricia Parziale, Julie Jacobs, Lisa Ross, Marcy 
Mustafa Not Pictured: Chris Durt, Jennifer Ellis, Liz (^erturf. 



Sioiior 



The Stentor . Lake Forest College's student newspaper, 
was published for the first time during the 1886-87 
accademic year and has been published bimonthly or 
weekly since. The newspaper covers campus events, 
provides editorial opinions, and offers a means of 
expression for the entire Lake Forest College community. 
Although most of the staff is comprised of reporters, 
there are other ways that students my be involved with 
The Stentor. 




(Front) Cornelia 0"Grady, Jennifer Magarity, Kirsten Zook, Ben Bramwell, Ted Holsteen (Second) 
Katy Bruggeman, Suzanne Generous, Lisa Wilkins, Tim State, Sudheshna Reddy (Back) Will 
Cronenwett, Dede Gay, Noel Black 



Stentor Over-Niqhters 

(Front) Sudheshna Reddy (Second) Tim State, Lisa Wilkins, Will 
Cronenwett, Suzanne Generous, Ben Bramwell 




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Amy Bumside, Matt Coldwell, Durinda Perkins, Amy Olson, Cornelia O'Grady, Jessica Gwinn 




( Front )Stephanie Schade, Heather J uengst, Laura Langelan, John Noel (Second) Gina Moon, Liz 
Mobarak, Doug Sutherland, Christian Dickinson, Brant Dykehouse 




(Front)Comna Chauvin, Dan Faber, Sam GUcksman, Brad Swanson, Laura Kotelman, Chris Meyer, 
Diana Shull, Nae Simmons, Erik Johnson (Second) Tiffany Sutherland, Bill Wingate, Duane Pearson, 
Brad Swanson, Lee Wirth, (Back) John Tweedie, Tom Coladarci, Bob Blair-Smith, Peter Day. Carole 
Kwainski, John Townsend, Janice Pytel, Kit Bland 



Tusiiaia 



Tusitala provides an outlet for student poets, prose 
writers, pliotographers, and artists. Tusitala was first 
published in January of 1935. Students who enjoy a 
personal involvement with literature are encouraged to 
join the staff, submit material, or both. 



CampiLS Entertainment Committee 

The Campus Entertainment Committee is composed of 
volunteer students and the Direaor of Campus 
Aaivities. The CEC is responsible for planning dances, 
concerts, and other weekend entertairmient. CEC also 
has major involvement in Homecoming and RA 
Weekend. 



WMXM 



WMXM is the College's FM radio station located in the 
lower level of Commons. The 300-watt station 
broadcasts at 88.9 on the FM dial and is under license 
by the FCC to the Board of Trustees of Lake Forest 
College. 



Organizations 39 



LFC Students Get Involved 




There are over fifty organizations in which Lake Forest 
College students participate. The candids on these two 
pages show some individuals in aaion. Become a bigger 
part of Lake Forest — Get Involved! 







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Organizations 4 1 



Kesidtnct Siaff 



(Front) Scoct Kapchinski, Tiffany Sutherland, Todd Parola (Second) Ben Brown, Eric Kalata, Todd KiJJian, 
Lauren Schulman, Kay-Kay Webster, Kate Schultz, Frank Salvoni (Third) Allison Sedgwick, Carrie Collopy, 
Joel Forney, Kirsten Zook, Adrian Zachary, Kathy Hafenscher, Darrell Armstrong (Fourth) Ben Bramwell, 
Janniece Clayton, Michelle Sanguino, Carolyn Traver, Landon Newcomet, Tim State, Gina Moon, Laura 
Exarhou Not picnired: Erleen Banks, Bob Blair- Smith, Tracey Holmes, Francois Marquis, Charlie Matthes, 
Kristine Specht, Jessica Gardner, Monique Macartney 



ACCESS 




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African Americans and others Committed to an open 
Community for Equality, Sensitivity, and Service (ACCESS) 
was formed largely for black students at LFC. The goals of 
ACCESS are aimed at bringing about an atmosphere on 
campus in which black students can be academically 
motivated and culturally stimulated. We believe that 
attainment of these goals carmot happen without participation 
by the larger LFC community. This is why ACCESS is open to 
aU members of the college community who see the value in 
having a healthy and integrated black student component. 

(Front) Christy Westbrooks, Andrea Woolridge, Marci Parker, Mickey Pulce, 
Carmen Perry, Lisa Azu (Second) Todd KiUian, Bonita Doss, Elizabeth 
Stanley, Sonya Turnet, Shenae Simmons, Day Davis, Sandy Sims 



Ked and B(ack 



Red and Black is an academic residence established in 1988 by the College Life Advisory 
Board. A seleaion committee consisting of faculty mentors, senior Red and Black Fellows, 
and the Dean of Students in an ex officio capacity, approves candidates to live in this 
residence on the basis of academic excellence, faculty recommendations, and a 
commitment to promoting cultural and intellectual activities in the context of an academic 
support community. The aim of Red and Black is to enhance the academic and cultural 
environment of the College through: providing an atmosphere of peer support and 
leadership for academic endeavors, making academic and cultural events accessible to the 
College community, ptomoting interaaions between faculty and students, and providing a 
forum for all students interested in taking an active role in understanding and shaping 
campus policy. 

(Front) Alison Freund, Phil Lindsey, Tom Moore, Steven Chon (Second) Lena Afray, Alexis Thynne, Tom Howard, Ben Brown 
(Third) Sara Affias, Becky Whitehouse, Heather ReiHy, Jamce Pytel, Saunder Read, Allen Pearson, Colin McComb, Randy Wiss 
(Fourth) Ethan Stanley, Scott Pozil, Dave Cholewiak, Ashish Desai, Dan Faber, Rob Ponto, Shawn Nygard (Fifth) Robin 
Thomas, Matt Elkin, Sarah Gallagher, Shenae Simmons, Chris Bennett, Brant Dykehouse (Back) Wonh Hawes, Ed Wigenbach, 
Dunnda Perkins, Margot Ecdes, Ahce Mansfield, Christian Dickinson, Bill Butterworth 




42 Organizations 




W omens' Issue Table 

A consciousness-raising group, that is, a discussion table, an information distributor, 
and a program sponsor which focuses on issues regarding the conditions, images, and 
concerns of women. Membership is open to all and presently consists of women and 
men, students and faculty. 

(Front) Dan Faber, Lena Afray, Lisa Azu (Second) Juliet Carson, Liz Samples (Third) Cameron Smith, 
Jennifer Minogue (Fourth) Kristin Shamas, Jocelyne Houghton (Fifth) Katie Perkin, Clair Chin 



Garrick Piayers 



le LFC theatre group, the Garrick Players, is the oldest continuous collegiate 
eatre organization in Illinois. The 1977-78 season marked the opening of 
e new Garrick home, the Allan Carr Theatre in Hixon Hall. The old 
lilding has been remodeled into a new flexible theatre facility with a large 
riety of staging and creative possibilites. In addition to the faculty-directed 
ows, there are also srudent-direaed and student- written produaions. 

le Garrick Players are governed by the Garrick Executive Board. The Board 
nsists of seven students elected each spring by the voting members of the 
arrick Players ogranization, and is advised by the faculty direaor. One of the 
ven Board members is elected by the board to serve as chairperson. 

ront) Tom Moore, Janice Pytel (Second) Margot Ecdes, Danielle Reimer, 
I Wingenbach, Joanna Mason Not pictured: Colin McComb 





5AAC5 



The Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society is an organization that sponsors 
activities designed to promote a greater understanding and apprecation of chemistry. In the 
spring, SAACS also sponsors a student research symposium that not only provides students 
with an opportunity to present their independent work, but also serves to inform and 
inspire other students to participate in chemistry. Any student interested in joining should 
contaa one of the officers. 

(Front) Sue Reddy, Susan Borders (Second) Tracey Holmes, Robin Thomas (Third) George Shields, Rick Kelly 



Organizations 43 



Fraicfi Chib 



The French Club has as its goal to give the students a 
bettet understanding of French culture through their 
participation in a number of cultural aaivities either on 
campus or in the greater Chicago area. The dub is open to 
all members of the College community who are interested 
in inaeasing their knowledge of the French language and 
culture. 



Hispanic Cirdt 

Hispanic Circle seeks to assist the community interested 
in the Spanish language and culture through a series of 
cultural, sodal and reaeational aaivites. Hispanic Cirde 
awards a yearly prize to the winner of an essay writing 
contest, the Maria Velez de Berliner/Spanish Club Award. 
It is presented during the Spring Awards Convocation. 




(Front) Nae Simmons (Second) Simona Ori, Roopa Patel, Wendy Heilman, Jason Reideman, Ilan 
Cohen (Back) Margot Eccles, Lori Quinn, Heather Bell, Abby Karasick, John Newlin 




(Front) Wendy Heilman (Second) Jennifer Minogue, Danielle Reimer, Michelle Sanquino, 
Suzannah Rugh 



German Chib 



(Front) Sonja Stanimirovic, Nikki Strefling, Cory Christiansen, Katherine 
Holt, Bill Bahr (Second) Clayton Gray, Steve Wirtry, Daniel Graff, Laura 
Langelan, Amy Shelley. Tom Graff, Richard Fisher Not pictured; Mary 
Dillon, Riki Jenson, Kurt Munson. 




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Armriam Marketing Association 

The College Chapter of the American Marketing 
Association is concerned with the promotion, study, and 
research of scientific thinking about marketing and 
business issues. The organizations sponsors informational 
programs and other aaivities about business, marketing 
and career preparation. AMA projects have included 
field research such as taste tests, career roundtable 
discussions with representatives from businesses and 
other organizations, and a speakers program featuring 
advertising and marketing executives. 



(Front) Lajice Lehmann, Whip Burks, Eric Olson (Second) Harry Glover, Kathy Hafenscher, Robin 
Thomas, Nicole Harper, Dan Vacco. Amy White, Tom Howard (Back) Janet Matthew, John 
Christensen, Jennifer Giese, Matt Parker, Diane Mardis, Steve Flahive 




Intafaith 



The purpose of the IPC is to facilitate the spirtual and 
cultural growth of Lake Forest College students in a context 
reflecting the pluralism of campus life. A student steering 
committee suggests and implements programs to meet current 
campus needs. Aaivities sponsored include weekly Torah and 
Bible studies (conduaed in an academic manner), Tai Chi, 
Yoga, denominational services on Sunday evenings and daily 
meditation. Special activities include international folk dances, 
a Party for Peace and human interest videos. The IFC also 
heads two major outreach programs: a yearly Fast of World 
Harvest project coordinated through Oxfam and a home repair 
projea in Appalachia involving student volunteers during 
spring break. The faulty coordinator serves as liaison with the 
Dean of Students Office, the student steering committee, and 
the local clergy who minister to various denominations of 
students. 



(Front) Cathy Benton, Alexis Thynne, Sara Affias (Second) Joe Miller, Casandra DeBoer, Paul Konzen, 
Landon Newcomer, Sarah Hoag, Yasuyo Nomura 




Vrdaw Association 

The Prelaw Association was reestabUshed in 1987. 
The Association sends a team to the Undergraduate 
Mock Trial Competition, held at Drake University, each 
February. Any students willing to train for the event are 
eligible. The Association will also sponsot events of 
interest to students considering law school. 



(Front) Lisa Arroyo, Aliaa Woodward, Amie Sunseri, Chris Durr, Christy Westbrooks, Jeni Dwinell, 
Kristin Graham, Chris Bennett (Second) Mike Rweyemamu, Dashun Davis, Bob Blait-Smith 



Organizations 45 



Intcmationai Student 
Organization 

The international student organization (ISO) brings 
together international students and other students with 
diverse cultural interest. This union provides a 
supportive community for students and is intended to 
further an awareness and understanding of various 
cultures within the group and the college community. 
All interested students are warmly welcomed as 
members of ISO. Pictured to the left. (Front)Jocelyne 
Houghton, Sudheshna Reddy, Debbie Joseph, Chris 
Bennett, (Second) Evelyn Mwangi, Yumi Nakamura, 
Yasuyo Nomura, Lisa Azu, Amy Bumside, 
(Back)Sarah Hoag, Dil Arsakularama 



Jocelyne Houghton, Juliet Carson, Shawn Nygaard, 
Kate Parkin, Worth Hawes 




Port Pons 



(Front)Andrea Woolridge(Back)Elizabeth Stanley, 
SheUa Thomas, Lynnette Cook, Bonita Doss, Erlene 
Banks 




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Ammsiy Iniemadonai 

Amnesty International, group 177 works for the release 
of Pnsoners of Conscience. These are men and women 
who have been imprisoned anywhere for their beliefs, 
color, ethnic orgin or religion, provided they have nevet 
used or advocated violence. The College Chapter, 
Adoption Group 177, works for individual prisoners as 
well as general campaigns against human rights abuses. 



Front)Melissa Kemp, Carlyn Krystal, Alison Freund, Mardi Luttrell, Lena Afray (Back)Lou Lombardi, 
Christian Didcenson, Jennifer Fetter, Chris Bennett, Doug Washington, Theresia Moser, Sarah Lowther 




rof. Alulis, Tom Hill, Robin Thomas, Will Fleming 




i'ront)Tricia Ptomey, Jen Courts, Doug MofFet, Janet Matthew(program coordinator), Nicole 
arandy( chapter direaor),Tony Vigon CTreasurer)Philippa Cooper, Kathy Kohl (Second) Elizabeth Bryant, 
alerie Lewis, Beth Willson, Jack O'Brien, Sarah Lowther. Mardi Luttrell (Back.)Dave Grippo, Seana Kelly, 
;rry Barenbaum, Paul Grabowski 



Moddliiinios Government 

Model Illinois Government (MIG) is a state-wide 
student run organization that puts on a simulation of 
state government in Springfield every year. For four days 
in February, MIG is Illinois government. Students enaa 
the legislative process holding committee hearings on 
legislation they've prepared and debaring bills on the 
chamber floor, with all the bargaining, maneuvering, 
eloquence and energy that it involves. The purpose of 
MIG is to give each delegate experience and an 
opportunity to voice their opinions on the bills, which 
will develop their skills as public speakers. Students 
assume the roles of Senators, Representatives, and 
Lobbyists in the actual chambers of the Capital 
Building. 

Best Buddies 

Best Buddies of America is a non-profit, volunteer 
organiztion whose purpose is to enhance the social and 
recreational lives of individuals with mental retardation 
by matching them on a one to one basis with college 
students nationwide. Our chapter consists of sixteen full- 
time members and rwenry-four who go on trips with us. 
We plan to go to the zoo, aquarium and ball games. 



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Organizations 47 



Young Danocrats 

(Front)Vanessa Villani, Cheryl Compaan, Liz Talbot, 
(Back) John Noel, Aimee Forsberg, Jan Kuznik, Julie 
Wanderer, Anne Carnevalle, Kate Schultz, Julie Jacobs, 
Tom Staroszczyk 



Codegt RefXibikans 

(Front)Katherine Holt, Julie Goodwin, Jessica 
Gardner, Laura Kotelman (Second) Matt Coldwell, 
Peter Murry, Tom Hill, Tom Howard, Ethan Stanley 
(Back)Lance Lehmaim, Matt Parker 





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Seniors 




Seniors 49 




'Here's one thing you will find, these are the ties that bind. I'm proud to be an Alpha Pi." 




(Front) Kelly Metyk, Debbie Waszak, Anne Marie Ferry, Lori Nuebel, Melanie Friedley, Alexia Ross. (Second) Laura 

Bancroft, Adrienne Conwell, Kris Henningfeld, Sue Metz, Chris Parenti, Michelle LaSalle. (Back) Sue Crawford, Anne 

Carrwright, A. Woodward, Ellison Clark, Kris Dow, and Cheryl Kaczmarick. Not pictured: Sarah Fricke, Kristen Nagy, 

Kit Conway and Whitney Bish 



50 AHA 



Laura Kathleen Bancroft 





"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible 

summer." 

-Alben Camus 

Friends, always remember: "You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm. 

-Colette 

Mom and Dad 
I love you! Thanks. 



"What a weekend. . . 
What a weekend. . . 
What a weekend!" 




Moonju, Christine, Cheryl, Laura: 

It is a tare and special thing 

to find a friend who will remain 

a friend forever. -Ruth Langdon Motgan 

I have found four. 

I'll miss you more than anything. 

Lots of long distance hugs! 

I love you! 



Erika Simone Glocker 



51 AHA 



Christine Maria Parenti 




Pledge Class 1989 You're TOPS! 
FOREVER do or die I'm now an Alpha Pi. 



Mom and Dad, 

Your "baby" made it from student to teacher. I love you. 




To our fivesome: Chris, Moonj, 

Laura, Erix, & Cheryl Dance 

Party FLA, Is he a Richter 

Scholar? 

Hey Clueless, Small-Butt. 

And to sum up the last 4 

years: What a weekend! 

Mom and Dad-Yippee! Tution 
Free! Words can't thank you 
enough. Vicki-Happy 
Graduation-I love you! 

TO AII-I can't imagine college 
without all of you! 




Cheryl L. Kaczmarick 



52 AHA 



Sarah Ellison Clark 




THANKS MOM AND DAD, 
WE FINALLY MADE IT! 
THANKS PATRICK, HERE'S 
TO FOUR GREAT YEARS. 
THANKS SEC, KED, DAW, 
SC, CC, SB, JF, GGC AND OF 
COURSE AIIA. YOU MADE 
THIS PLACE WHAT IT WAS. 

HEY ELLIE AND 

PAT. . .REMEMBER RUM 

NIGHT!!! 



Melanie L. Friedley 



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Deborah D. Waszak 




Many times I've lied 
Many times I've Listened 
Many times I've wondered 
how much there is to know 
Many is a word 
that only leaves you guessing 
Guessing 'bout a thing 
You really ought to know. 
-Led Zepplin 



Kristen E. Dow 




54 AHA 



Sarah Cutler Fricke 



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o my family Thank you for everything I love you and GLUCK AUF!! 



"Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind. 

'Pooh!' he whispered. 

'Yes, Piglet?' 

'Nothing,' said Piglet, taking Pooh's paw. 

'I just wanted to be sure of you.'" 

Bubba-do — it's been so much fun. 
I love you, schnook!! 




A, AC: Too much to say in too little space! 
.PD: "forever do or die. . ." 
lackstone, the boys and the bar 




To my family: How can I find the words 
to thank you? I love you always! 



Laurie Lynn Nuebel 



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Adrienne Conwell 




W.T. — We Got There! 



You've given me everything. 
Thank you can never say enough. 
I love you. 



Thanks AIIA Hey Babee! 

Just one night?! What is NEED? 

I am Woman! 

"Le Monde vous parle. Repondez 

lui" 

Barlitz 

A.V.R.- 

You're the greatest! 





To my family: 

It's "Little Lexie year. . ." Thank you for being so wonderful! 

Ade (soulmate!), Laur, Parentis and Whit-you're the best 
ma'ams, and I love you! 

Hey Carmen. . .Thanks for so many incredible memories. . 
.LRAML. . .Yes! My name is Hannah! 

AIIA-pearls and pink. . . "There's nothing more in life!" 
September lives! 



Alexia V. Ross 




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Kristine Henningfeld 




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Alida Woodward 



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Caralyn Beth Farber 



Kellene Metyk 




58 AJIA 

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Cancun '90 Mom-Thanks for everthing. I love you. 

1st Corinthians 13:4-8 

To all my friends & AIIA, Thanks for a great four years. 
J.C. Thanks for always being there. I love you! P.C. It all 
started with you-Marquis & Cory. The terrible two: can't 
live with them, can't live without them. 




To our families: For aJ the love, support, and opportunities you have given us, we 
thank you with all of our love. To our friends: Thanks for making the past four years 
(for some of us 4 1/2), the best ever. We will miss you all. We hate goodbyes, so 
how about. , . 




AIIA 59 



Dayna Lustig 





Mother & Daddy: 

You are the wind beneath my wings. Thank 

you. 

AHA "Forever do or die. . ." 

"Since I've learned to laugh at my mistakes, 
I've spent most of my time in hysterics." 

LFC past, present, future: 
keep laughing. 

Thank you. 

Love, 

Annie 



Anne Davis Cartwright 




60 AHA 



smmmmm 




Suzanne Felice Generous 



My psychic sister- You have stood by me through 
;verything, and I'll never forget that! I love you. 




VIommy and Daddy: 

ifou made it happen, you made it worth it. Thanks for 

Delieving in me and making me work. I love you. Suz 




Mom & Dad, Thanks for 
believing in me even when I 
know you wanted to give up. 
It's been a long, hard road but 
I've finally made it! I love you! 

To my sisters- You've made my 
life worth living, and I love 
you all for that. Don't be 
dismayed by goodbyes. A 
farewell is necessary before 
meeting again, and meeting 
again after moments of 
Lifetimes is certain for those 
who are friends. I know we 
will be together again. 




Hey Smeltzlie: 

We did it, you and I. 

You are my sister 

and my Hfe. 

I wouldn't have made it 

without you support, 

understanding 

and love. 

Never forget: 
Adventures 
Sugar Mag Days 
Alpha Pi Delta 
Artistic Feet 
Bad Moods 
and 
Great Times 



M.K.-I've always loved you! E.C. & D.W. -Here's 
paint in your eye. Sharon- You are my Hfe. I never 
would have made it without you. 




Cans, LH, MH: you kept me sane and always made 

me laugh. Michael: you were always my friend, 

even if we couldn't get along. 

Stentor: The late nights, full moon, the laughs. Was 

it worth it? You bet! 

To everyone else: I'll miss you! Thanks! 




Suzanne Michelle Metz 



AIIA 61 



Michelle LaSalle 



Four neat roomates, All, and John 

All my love and friendship. Thanks for making it so memborable! 
Good luck. 
To my family- 
Thanks for the love and support. I love you! 

"Live a balanced life-leam some, think some, draw, paint, sing, dance, 
play, and work everyday some." 





Buddies- 

"And it is still true, no matter 

how old you are, when you go out into 

the world, it's best to hold hands 

and stick together." I love you. 

Mom, Dad, Caroline- 
Thank you for your support and 
love over the years. 



Rebecca Conway 




62 AHA 



Alpha Chi 





Mom and Dad- 
Thank you for your endless 
love and 

support throughout the 
years. 
Maureen- 
Thanks for being my best 
friend. 




Christopher Shelby Prueit 



AX 63 



Steve Bernstein 




Jason Webb 



64 AX 



mmmm 



J. Alexander Diehl 




Harlan. . .Pledging. 
.Toga. . Spring Semi. 
. Road Trips. . 302. . 
3rd floor. . Martins. . 
Night on the mound. 
. Sweetie. . Three 
footed friend. . to 
LFC. 



Tiank you, Mom, Shelia, and Dad 
.ove, Alex 



Alpha Chi, thanks to all my brothers who made my years here so 
memorable. -Alpha Chi Pride- 



AJt PRIDE 



Thanks Mom and Dad. 
Holly, I love you. 
Don't give up! 

"It's the intelligent gambler's 
basic rule: Balance the risks 
against the rewards and go 
home with some money in 
your pocket, even if that means 
leaving something on the 
table." 
-John Kluge 







WilUam F. Thorns IV 



AX 65 



Earl Olmstead 



^y^lllii 



"Some men see things the way 
they are and say why? 
I dream of things that never were and 
say why not?" J.F.K. 





I guess it's about that time 
to say, "We'll see ya!" 
D.D 



Matt Barnard 



66 AX 



Marcus Jurema 




Tex," Dallas '90 — hats, jeans, Muskogee. St. Louis '89 — "here's 
our football team!" el buco's wrath. Little Moxor, uncle enus!.'' Thanks 
JK for all the insanity that kept me going, and to Mom and Dad for 
U the great advice down the hallowed halls of education. 



Daniel Joseph Lowenberg 



AX 67 



Douglas A. Pixikerton 




William F. Men 



68 AX 



Tfte Brotherhood 




(Back): Matt "Tugboat" McLaughlin, Jack "Zippy" O'Brien, Bryan "Fireball" Kiley, Tony "Bullwhip" Vigon, Scott "The Sack" Steiner, Colin "Big 
Poison" Barbera, Marc "Three Finger" Heissen, David "Night Train" Haines, Paul "Slasher" Grabowski, Jay "Steel Toe" Ferrari, Scott "The Pole on 
Parade" Kapchinski 

(Front): Erik "Bricklayer" Ahlquist. Greg "Ironpanrs" Phaneuf, Will "Vinegar Bend" Fleming, Gary "Glass Jaw" Francis, Will "The Beantown 
Butcher" Green, Craig "Old Hoss" Salters, Jerry "Horsehoof Barenbaum 



I try everything; I achieve what I can. — Melville 




Thanks to mom and 
dad, Liz, Mike, Will, 
r- ,. Phaneuf, Beef, 

Heissan, Jesus, Craig, 
■ -~ Tommy, Mike, 
• '*?S Danny, and the rest 
of the boys in the 
Brotherhood past and 
present. . . I'll never 
forget Borderlines, 
T.A., and all the 
good times. 



William T. Fleming 



Brotherhood 69 



Gary Francis 



Thanks for EVERYTHING Mom & Dad!! I 
LOVE YOU! 




Jason, Tony, Erik, Colin, Little Pepe, Jimmy Dog, Jack, Matt, Colonel, Jayman, Mayo, Hogs, 
Ollie. . . Brothers Forever!! 



"If we're going to go down, we're going to go 
down fighting, kicking, and scratching!" 
Never be afraid to fail!! 
Kathy, you're wonderful! Don't evet change! 




I * 



^ . ^ 



Jason J. Lenihan 



Thanks to all the boys in the Hood. Good 
luck to you all. P.C.'s, Deerpath, Football, 
Colin & Gary, Iowa '90. 



70 Brotherhood 




Erik J. Ahlquist 



^ ■■ . 


ic : 

• * 







trotherhood-Vigo, Franny, JimmyJoBob, Lenny 
Man, Colonel, Gumby, Mess, Craig, Dick, 
lund, Checkett, Jack-O, Otto, Mayo, Ole. 
Irothers Forever 



Most of all thanks mom and dad. I love you! "You've done a hell of a job getting yourselves 
into this position. Let's take advantage of it." -Bobby Knight 



To John & Judy- You should be 
very proud.! 1 never could have 
done it without him, Thanks! 

Just play the game! 

Gunkquists, FrannyFroo, Lenny, 
Jerry, J-Man, Gumby, Scotty, 
Matty, Kappy, beef, Fanny, 
Heisman, Will2, Peety, Jack, 
Colin, Mayo, Jim-Dog, and the 
rest; Brothers forever! 

Thanx for being you KJ, KH. 




Anthony Vigon 



Brotherhood 7 1 



Jack O'Brien 





Doric. 

Lift 'em high skier 

Rubber ball bounces 

Chipmunk shadows fall 

on 1999 

Bermuda in Boston 

Tighter from draft, 

run far dear amigo. 

Sweet boods 

talk firewater, maps and temps. 

bookcase & brothers 

stand. 

Lace wrapped tight, 

"North with Harvey," he cried. 

Some sagas have no ending. 

Tom, Joe, Mom, and Dad 




When Nub, Nubbing, Playing King Kong in the bike rack. Brotherhood, 
football, lacrosse, jumping in Hotchkiss' bushes and asking "Jack, are they real 
fighting?" B-O Bo, and "I don't want to take my clothes off! are all gone, what 
else is there to do? Thanks Mom and Dad. 







Colin D. Barbera 




72 Brotherhood 



Mom, Dad, Grandma: Thanks for 
everything. Love, Matt 



Matt McLaughlin 




"If it doesn't matter who wins or loses, then why the hell 
do we play the game" -Vince Lombardi 

Mom: Thanks for always being there! 1 couldn't have done 
it without you. I love you! 

Mom, Dennis, Alisa, Matt, Cohn, Brotherhood, LFA 
football (11), thanks for evertyhing! 



Scott Kapchinski 



Brotherhood 73 



Paul S. Grabowski 






15^ 




Four years have passed too fast! To all who shared it, it was special-thanks. Brown eyes-I'll always have a space in my 
heart just for you! To my family-thanks for all your love and support. Dad-IAITW could never have been more true. 




Duck Paul! Vodka Friday, Rainbows, Wild Turkey, Walshy, Olson, 
the Vice Man, Mooner, Skillet-Head, Fridge, Pape, Winkler, 
Tommy, Craig, England, London, Gusinness, The famous Grouse, 
Air-Hoggies, Brotherhood, Coach G! "Some people go, and some 
people stay but when in counts, only real men stay!" Niedermier- 
DEAD!!! Why, Why, Why! 



David Haines 



74 Brotherhood 



Brian Kiley 



Thank you mom and dad. Thanks to all my 
friends especially to those in the Brotherhood. 




hicks, guns, firetrucks, T-bone, SMOG, JOA, Mad, Bomber, Love Boat, Titanic, Combat, Orbs, Zeek, Azha, Borderline 
J89, N.F.C., Beerballs — Phipes?, The Tang, Winner takes all — the Baja, M.V.P.'s of Condua Board, 8'25" with hook, 
gs — had 'em, Felcher, Scarecrow, Isaac, Boom-Boom, Proud to be a Hood-Pi. 

hanks mom and dad — I'll get out 
loner or later! Thanks Oniberg, 
eis, Phanny, Beef, Frank, J. C, 
emball, all Hood bras, and love 'ya 



Wm Green 



Brotherhood 75 



Marc E. Heissan 

Thanks Mom & Dad, Lacrosse, Hockey 
Thanks Joe, Mia, Matt & Greg. 
Good luck Anna and Chips, Fletch 




The Harem, lie-Man, Beef, Will: Problems, Tan Team, T-shirts- 
r-me, Zeek, Water Polo, Aja, Jaja! 27 in. of power, Phano 1,0,1? 
J.O.A. Best quad on campus. The Fish Bar, N.F.C.! Combat 
Panies, Bears, Danny, Mac and Cheese, the Bin, where's heis? Do 
you want to buy a. . ..■* Food + Sleep + Beer = ? Fleming in the 
parking lot: Smoke 8 men in. Full moon & the hut, are we all 
graduating? Proud to be a hood Pi. 



J'^^K^J^^^;^Ilw«^^^*»NN^^■*v«'^ 




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Thanks Mom & Dad. Where's my Saab? Jeff, 
Chris and Katictanks. 

Greg Phaneuf 




76 Brotherhood 



Thank you Mom & Dad for magically finding tution knuckles, Salami 
Wolfman-pair up. . .Don't Gumby those. Where's Creeper?. . .Vigo, 
Gunker, FrannyFroo, Deerpath, Initiation, funnels, K.O. Burls, 
Warpigs? Not! Christmas parties, Borderline, South Seas '88, Hoggies, 
That's Cool! WWII, Alex, Thanks for this one! Ouch, Quit it. 



Jerry Barenbaum 




Thanks mom and Dad for making this all possible. Here's to all the 
people who made the times at school memorable! To all the Brothers in 
the Hood. .Let Borderline live forever, Gnip-Gnop, RM257, Heinous 
trolls, Bear mugs, M.l.A.'s, Noondog, Guy (whol?) Red pin night, 
initiation, and thanks to JMB for present and future. 




Scott Steiner 



Brotherhood 77 



Jonathan Adam Ferrari 



There is a small college somewhere in America. A place where 
young men garher to study the secrets of the universe; to 
refine their sexual techniques, to meditate on human folly- 
and all the while the coaches chant: "Hit somebody. . .Hit 
somebody!!" 

Mom & Dad: Words cannot express. . .A.V. I.F.Y.F. 




Love and Much Thanks to Carrie, a toast to my friends, and a prayer for the 
future before all of us. We had fun, didn't, we, Tommy B? 



Criag Michael Salters 



78 Brotherhood 




Gamma Pfti Omega 




Kathleen Kohl, Holly Ziemek, Margot Tonko, Sean Pierce, Carlotta Halloran, 
Kimm Kane, JoAnne Gassmere (Not Pictured) 



rOQ 79 



Margot Tonko 




Kathleen M. Kohl 



To my roomies, Balaby and Dish, 

I love you the most, 'cuz you are the best. 

To aJl my sisters. You are all my idols! 

I just want to say thank you to all of you for being so wonderful and 

making my years here so great! Love you all! -Kathy 



80 roQ 



Kimm Kane 



Mom and Dad- Thanks and I love you! 

Pete-I love you! 

Thanks to all my friends for a great 

time! 



"You know, you wanted to be with me!" 

Remember chocolate, banana, Joujou Woosh, Unipus, B. Duty, huh? 



I love and mistt 
you, B.B.! 




rhanks Mom, Dad, Steve & Paul- 
L love you. 



Shawn Elizabeth Pierce 



r$fi 81 



Holly Denise Ziemek 




Spedal Thanks to: Mom, Dad, Stacie, Jim, Car, Jo, Fro, Ted, and 
Varsha. You mean the world to me and I couldn't have made it 
without you all! 




To the two best-est freinds: 

What would I have done without you 

Friends forever. . . 

Jo Anne Gassmere 



HEY LADIES! Yo Jerry's, Aces!, Denny's, Combat Party, Alumni Weekend, Moshi, Borderline, 
Sonny, Morning Rap Sessions, Later, Dudes!!, AyAyAy!!! 



82 r-i-n 



Carlotta Emily Halloran 




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S.M.L.- Thank you for showing me the important things in life. You will live in my 
heart forever. 



Thanks to Holly, JoAnne, Jeff, Laura, Melody, Beth, Varsha, Amy, Lori, Laura S., Corrina, Sue, 

and Pam 

who made these past four years so special! 



D.J.H.- You're the BEST! 

•'A 



\ much deserved and heartfelt thanks to Mom 
and Dad. I truly appreciate all you have given 
me and all your support. Gram, Norma, Tari- 
rhanks for you support. Shufelts-Thanks for 
^our hospitality and home away from home. 





Amy and Laura- 
Opposites really 
do attraa! You are 
the best! 



#''^ 





Lori Quinn 



r$n 83 



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Amy B. White 








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"My philosophy of life is this: If you don't have a sense of 
humor, you might as well be dead." -Roger Rabbit 

Special thanx and love to Mom, Dormie, & Kerri for your 
support. Great thanx to the Shufelts for their Hoosier 
Hospitality. Lori & Laura-you're the greatest! I love you all! 




A Friend's a friend 
forever; so as long 
as there is love 
we'll live as 
friends. 



;j-<i^-_J Mom and Dad- Thank you for all your love and support. I couldn't have done it 
without you. 
Ron- 
I love you just the way you are! 



Laura Shufelt 



Seniors 



Gamma Kho Deita 




Margaret deBourbon 
(Febuary 7, 1970-December 4, 1988) 

Every heart that has beat 
strong and cheerfully has left 
a hopeful impulse behind it 

in the world and bettered 

the traditions of mankind. 

-Robert Louis Stevenson 




(Back Row) Laura Exarhou, Chris Owen, Seana Kelly, Meredith Miller, Maureen Gibbons, Leslie Armstrong, Stephanie 
Maddox, Daphne Filides, Kris Ang. Grctchen Sloan (Middle Row) Lisi Bryan, Darby Bentoff, Sacha Sprecher, KC 
Kavanagh, Laurie Dameshek, Beth Levitstty (Front Row) Tina Poklar, Colleen Bouck, Helen Fogarty 



rPA 85 



KC Kavanagh 





To all my friends, including the ones we've lost along the way, much love and fondness. 

Special thanks to the Greece people-you all are the craziest. May we meet at the Mens 

Bar for Amstels, and the aossword 20 years down the line. And of course thank you to 

my family, for without them this insanity would not have been possible. I love you all. 

K.C. 

And Gamma Rho Delta-Keep Dialing 295-5900 (A tribute form Mike, Chilly, and 

Jay) 



It doesn't matter what 

people say 

Your friends won't 

believe it. 

And your enemies 

already know it. 




Sadia Sprecher 



86 rPA 



Kristin E. Ang 



Thank you to my friends 
and family, but especially to 
my parents. I can't thank 
^ you enough. 




Thank you to r^y friends and family. 
I love you all. 



Laurie B. Dameshek 



rPA 87 



Stephanie Maddox 




I'm just about a moonlight mile on down the road. 



D,MJ,T-Thairx for giving me this time and these 
friends. I love you. 




Page compliments of "Sloanberry" 

For KRD-Get your mind set on a 
dream, you can get it-though hard it 
may seem-I love you. 

Everything's coming our way. . .Sontana 



To my family including JTO, CRO. and LHW, widiout your love and 
patience I never would have made it. Thank you all. 



Gretchen Sloan 



88 rPA 



Leslie McRae Armstrong 



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YouVe only Ker-e for a s)ior-t visL't . . 




And tc Sure -Lo smell tne l lowers 



Afono Tpie way. 



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rPA 89 



Meredith R. Miller 




"I wouldn't have made it without you guys. May all dreams 
become realities and our memories be preserved. It's time to 
move on to bigger, but not necessarily better things." -D.C. 

Thanks to all friends, especially numbers 1,3, and 4. . .1 love you 
Mom and Dad! 



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"Remember what we've said and done and felt about each other." - 

CSN 

Thank you to all my friends. I've had the time of my life! Thank 
you Frank for adding so much wonderful to my life! 
Thank you Mom and Dad for making my dreams realities. I LOVE 
YOU ALL! 



Maureen E. Gibbons 



90 rPA 



Darby Anne Bentoff 




To all my friends at LFC, espedally- Mer, Sach, Dabs, Col, Steph 
S: Moe: 

you guys have made these past four years the absolute best and I 
lust wanted to thank you for all the laughter and the smiles. I 
love you guys TONS . 



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Tina A. Poklar 



rPA 91 



Seana Kelly 




Thank you to Mom 
and Dad 

Thanks to all those 
that made these four 
years so incredible. 



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You'll get mixed up, of course, 

as you already know. 

You'll get mixed up 

with many strange birds as you go. 

So be sure when you step. 

Step with care and great taa 

and remember that Life's 

a Great Balancing Act. 

Just never forget to be dexterous and deft. 

And never mix up your right foot with you 

left. 

-Dr. Seuss 




Elizabeth "Lisi" Bryan 



92 rPA 



EKzabeth W. Levitsky 




Colleen L. Bouck 



rPA 93 



Christine Kay Owen 



"Out there things can happen 

And frequently do 

To people as brainy 

And footsy as you. 

And when things start to happen, 

Don't worry. Don"t stew. 

Just go right along. 

You'll start happening, too." 

-Dr. Seuss 




Thanks to my friends. 

You know who you are. You've been great. -CKO 




Friends & Fam Damily: 

"When it comes to moving me, you know you guys 

are the best!" 

Thanks for the suppon! ILY 



The Fearsome Foursome 



Page compliments of Melissa Grossman. 
Helen Legare Fogarty 



"Once in a While you 
can get shown the 
light in the strangest 
of places if you 
look at it right." 




94 rPA 



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I am not afraid of tomorrow, 
for I have seen yesterday and 
I love today. -William Allen White 

To Mom, Dad, and Casey-Thank you for 
everything you've done for me, without your 
love and understanding. . .1 wouldn't have 
made it this far! I love you 
— Ke! 



Kelly Kristen Staab Penry 




Steii^A 




"What'll we do with ourselves this afternoon?" cried Daisey, "And 

the day after that, and the next thirty years?" 

-F. Scott Fitzgerald 

Cheers to our friends. So long and good luck. 

You grow up the day you have the first real laugh at yourself. 
-Ethel Barrymore 




Mom, Dad and Elizabeth- Thank you for making anything in life possible. I 
love you more than words can say. . . And special thanks to Will for making 
me so happy. -Laura 

Laura Katerina Exarhou 



rPA 95 



Lara Markelle Quick 



Always keep a smile on you face. It 
makes people wonder what you've been 
up to. 







I wandered lonely as a cloud that floats on high over 
valleys and hiUs when all at once I saw a crowd, 
A host of golden daffodils. 




96 rPA 



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PHI PI EP5IL0N 

May All Traditions Be Upheld 





DAMN PROUD 
TO BE A PHI PI 



Special thanks to my family, especially you. Mom & Dad. Without yout continued 
support and sacrifices, I never could have made it. I LOVE YOU! 

LKB, CMP, CLK, ESG-Thank you all for being there. 



Here's to Phi Pi. , .You guys are great, but I gotta go! 
Proud to be a Phi PI! 



Moni-Thanks babe! 
"Photographs & memories. 



-Jim Croce 




Tricia- Neither pictures 
nor words can describe 
what we've shared. 
Thank you! 







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Paul Anthony Baldwin 



ORE 97 



Jerome O'Neill 



You guys are the best, 

Never are you like the rest. 

Sometimes I've been a clown, 

But I always know you'll "Pass it around." 

I have felt happiness, sorrow, and shame. 

But God it's good to know were one in the same. 

-Mom, Dad, Ellen, Beth, Mike-You're the Best! 






Thank you Mom, Dad, Cindy, Susan, Grandpa, and Grandma. Without your help and sacrifices over the 
years-none of this would have been possible. I love you! Brothers: Words cannot express my feelings. 
Without your love and support-I could not have made it. P.S. see you down under mates! 




Keith Jankowski 




98 ORE 





Thanks Mom & Dad for supporting me through the tough 
times. Negril Beach Club, SnakeMan, Colorado, the office, 
Tahoe, double secret probation, basement kegs, 2nd floor, 
winner of room beautiful contest, special thanks to the dean 
team, "roll me in the mud," Nietzche, Proud to be a Phi Pi, 
Moo-Moo 



Sean Peter O'Leary 

Daddy & Mommy- There's no question that these have, at times been difficult 

years for you to endure. I can't say I love you enough. Thanks 

Michael Dennis-May God bring you safely home 

Phipes-What we have, only "one" can understand 

Kevin D-What you've done is very much noticed. Respea and thanks. 







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Page compliments of Michael & Kathleen O'Leary. 







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Larry Ring 



ORE 99 



Frank Salvoni 




Thanks Mom, Dad, and family for all the support, I could not have 
done it without you. Colleen- I love you; to Phi Pi Epsilon for all the 
memories. Proud to be a Phi pi! 
-Frank 



"And when it works out there will never be any doubt, that the 
pleasure was worth all the pain." -Buffett 




&IMk^ 







Steven Flahive 



100 oriE 



Thank you to my family who have helped me through these four years. , 
Phi Pi Epsilon, ARA, FMWB, Spain, The boys. 

"The truth is that we are all immersed in an economic system that has 
not heart." -Woodrow Wilson 



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John Keith Christensen Jr. 



THANKS Mom, Aunt Barb, Uncle Mike I 
love you. Scrutiny Pub, Rock me. "If you 
can't laugh in heaven, I don't wanna go 
there." Hats off to Phi Pi Epsilon, couldn't 
have made it without you guys. PROUD TO 
BE A PHI PI! 




Harry W. Glover 



oriE 101 



William D. James 




B.T. Lives 



Mark Harrington 




102 Seniors 



Craig M. Smith 

"Smitty" 



To Mom and Dad, thank you for all your love 
and help. 

To Dean Speros and Dr. Galloway, thanks. 
To the Brothers — thanks for the great times, 
don't forget them. B.T. lives 





EXPlAfWTION 

ncTDicir ATiniki- is a replacement of the cell 
KL I Kir IV,AI HUN- structure with a mineral 

cnce II c- ARE things that have seen preserved 

rU03lL=>. FOR ACREAT NUMBER OF YEARS 

THEREFORE ANYTHING 
PETRIFIED IS A FOSSIL 
BUT ALL FOSSILS NEED 
NOT BE PETRIFIED 



Beta Triton: 

"One equal temper of heroic hearts, 

Made weak by time and fate. 

But strong in will 

To Strive, To Seek, To Find, 

And NOT To Yield." -Tennyson 



-mm^m^^^^f^^^^ 



Robert D. Bae 



Seniors 103 



John P. Mackin 



This page Compliemnts of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mackin 




Thanks to both of our famihes for making it all possible. 



Nelson Holland 



This page compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson C. Holland. 



104 Seniors 



Scott Nearing Seviour 




to NMB- 

thanks for "the way you look tonight. . ." 
We are here to help each other get through this thing, whatever it is- -SNS 

Vonnegut 

To all my friends, over the years, its been fun-thanks. . . 

iTo the brethren of Beta Triton-may the tradtion continue forever. 




Thanks Mom, Dad, Kim, Brand, & Nunnie for your love and 
support these past 3 years. I couldn't have made it without you. I 
love you ail very much. Thanks also to the brothers of Beta Triton. It 
was the best two weeks ever. Last but not least, thank you Brook for 
being everything to me. Words can't express my feeling, but I love 
you with all my heart and I always will. 

-The Sheriffs near. BS 



Robert Julius Marshall 



Page compUments of Holly Landers. 



Seniors 105 



Diane M. Mardis 




-"I have the simplest of tastes, I am 
always satisfied with the very best." 
-Oscar Wilde 

-John 3:16 

-WAITER-I will love you forever. 
See you in my dreams. 



-Love and Hugs to the folks in 
Louisville. 



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^<SWi^- % — -,.^- 



In your eyes in your arms and in your life; I am complete! I love you! 
Mom, Dad, Michelle, Donnie- 

You have taught me so many things: how to love, care, give, and 
dream. Words cannot express how thankful I am to you and how very 
much I love you! 



Squirt, Ellis, Kendra, Bean, 
Kristin, Zippa, Lisa, Peg, 
Brad, Chris, Bro, Bung, 
Shaver, RoUie-PoUie, and 
V-B-S-ball teams. . . 
Memories of you and 
everything you've done for 
us will stay with us forever. 




Nicole "Moose" Angeli 



106 Seniors 



Kendra S. Maher 




Tim- 

I cannot express to you how much you 
mean to me. The simplest way I can say 
it is that I love you-always and forever. 

Michael- 

My buddie now and forever. . . 





CAW 

Shopper's Knee 

Oh, I'm sooo dead! 

Byyye Guuuys! 



To our families, 

Without your love and suppon during the past 
four years we could not have made it. 

Thank you! 

We love you!! 




"All I ever wanted, all I ever needed, is 
here-in my arms" -Depeche Mode 



'You are my only one" 
— James Taylor 



Elyse J. Banaszak 



Seniors 107 



Kelly Ann O'Brien 




To our Parents and Families- 
Thanks for the college times that you know about, and especially for those you don't. Thanks for the support. We love you all! 





Tommy B.- 

My peace of mind — Thanks for teaching me things about life I 

thought I already knew! I love you. 



Kenny- 
Remember always — Life is a party.... and we're just having the 
cocktails. I love you, kiddo 




Shoe! 

Bizarre Love Octagon 

Johanan 

Who ACTUALLY christened the couch? 

"You spit on my Tom Petty Poster!" 

Spring Break '90 

PBP 

Mistletoe 

Kevin and his hay days 

April 1, 1990 

Wow!! 

HeBeHeBeHe 

Did ya' kiss him? 

T.T.T. Tape 

Fished ya' 

NOT IT! 

Zim-Zam Champion 

"I stayed with the theme of the party!" 

Playing "I Never. . ." with Goose 





Patrida E. Moran 



108 Seniors 



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Jill Anne Morrison 




Mom and Dad: You're Awesome! I'm so lucky. To the two SKC"s; You've done 
more than you'll ever know. 

Thanks Coaches, MJ, for making work a blast! PM, KOB, MR, NH, KM, SP, 
SC, Coach Fritz, LFC Swimming-it wouldn't have been the same without you. 



rjcwsswwT^TTOc :,-.;, J, .^sj 





Love and Thanks to the best family ever! 

Richard, 

Our Love and Friendship means so much. Love ya Fotever! 




Erica, Jody, Jennifer, Vball and Bball teams- thanks for the 
memories, especially San Diego, Spring Break, '90, Clam, I 
Never, initiations. Brotherhood, HOOPS! 
Coach: One HUGE Thanks! -#30 




Janet Susan Allen 



Seniors 109 



Nicole Tarandy 




"Life is not about getting and having, 
but about being and becoming." Mom 
and Dad, thanks for all your love, 
support and money. I'm very grateful! 

"If it doesn't matter who 
wins or loses, why do we 
keep score?" Keep scoring 
gals. Thanks for a 
memorable 4 years! 



A friend is one before whom I may think aloud. 
-Ralph Waldo Emerson 



When I grow up, I want to be a child. -Alan Supion 

Thanks to all my friends and for all the fun things we've done. 



SheUy Keller 




Glenn, 

If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you. 
When mountains crumble to the sea, there would still 
be you and me. 





Thanks to Mom and Dad. You've always been 

there. 

Love, Shelly 



110 Seniors 



Heather Adams Madden 




"Respirer Paris, cela conserve I'ame.' 



t-y-rr; - - V f. 





"If you are lucky enough to have lived in 
Paris. . ., is stays with you, for Paris is a 
moveable feast." 




"To err is human. To loaf is Parisian." -Viaor Hugo 



"Life is partly what we make it, and partly what it is made by the friends 
whom we choose." 



Kaye King 



Seniors 111 



Robert E. Abbott 



"NOTHING CAN SURVIVE IN 
A VACUUM NO ONE CAN 
EXIST ALL ALONE" Neil Peart 





~'T?^i 



Thanks to mom and dad for your 
support. And Gabrielle, thanks for 
giving me the strength to dream. . .I'd 
be lost without you! I love you all! 



And remember folks, this just the 
beginning. . . 





Rochelle Baum, Bockhoff Scholarship 
recipient for academic excellence, Eleanor 
Scholar semi-finalist. Majoring in English 
and secondary education, Rochelle studies 
Japanese, tutors Japanese children in 
English, volutneers at Chicago Botanic 
Garden's Japanese islands, enjoys 
photographing nature and writing poetry. 
Rochelle, LEG English Advisory Board 
member, looks forward to teaching. 




Rochelle M. Baum 



112 Seniors 



Faxrah?. . . Don't do that it makes me nervous. 

Our love and thanks 
to friends at LFC 

-It's Hammer Time! 



Laura Crowley 




Watch out for viscious windows. 



you need a body bag 



Don't get all torked up 



Be excellent to each other. 
-Bill and Ted 



Spice. . . spice of life 



Melody Hazen 



Seniors 113 



Susan Elizabeth Kunert 







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"Thank you for the voice we had and the 

memory shines. Thank you for the picures of 

living and the beautiful black and the white. 

Some say, we'll be together for a very long 

time. 

Some say, those first impressions never lie. . . 

I thank you for the shadows that took two or 

three to make company. Thank you for the 

lightening that shoots open sparkles in the 

rain. 

Some say this could be the great divide. Some 

day, some of them will say, that my thoughts 

will be like a fast train, all around the 

world. . ." 

-Book of Brillant Things 



TJT-: 




Only those who can see the invisible can do 
the impossible. 



Tes tassions ont meurleurs 
lies. . . cachees. . . 
C'est en toi 




Douglas Alyn Washington 



114 Seniors 



Andrew Twombly 




Mom & Dad, I can't say enough, I love you 

Pete, my idol, keep leading the way. 

Fred, keep doing me proud. 

My buddy Ellen, thank you. 

Special thanks: DJR, CAPT., CP, SO, 

Whip, learn from me. 

D.W. ever since stats class. 

Running down a dream — Tom Petty 




Thanks to Carolyn, Les and my whole family for 
all your suppon. Twombs, it was real. Special 
thanks to Mike, Oily and Juke for all the good 
times. Chop, Chop, Chop. -W.B. 



In memory of 

my best friend, 

Mike Magill. 

In three words I can sum up everything I learned about life. . .It goes on. -R.F 




William P. Burks 



Seniors 115 



Beth Anne Hoffman 




Mi Buenos Aires querido cuando yo te vuelvo a ver no habra mas pena 
ni olvido. 
-C. Gardel 



^■J^ "What we love we shall grow to resemble.' 
-Bernard de Chair vaux 



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'The twin Giants are no longer in the cradle and the serpents are dead." 




"But to the Educated-mark this, little Piglet-to the Educated not meaning Poohs and Piglets, it's a great and glorious A. Not just something that 

anybody can come and breathe on." 

-Eeyore 



Thomas Sean Moore 



116 Seniors 



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Ed Wingerbach 



The world that we encounter in ordinary 
experience is one in which we are faced 
with choices between ends equally 
ultimate and claims equally absolute. . . 
It is because this is their situation 
that men place such immense value on 
the freedom to choose. . . 
-Berlin 




It is fatal illusion to assume that to be human is a faa given with human being rather than a goal and an achievement. 
-Heschel 

Frei sein ist nichts; frei werden ist der Himmel 



As long as one is absolutely related to the relative and yet seeks to renounce such a relationship, he will suffer. 
-Kierkegaard 





Today I was reminded of you, taken back to a special place in time, and as I 
thought of you, a certain sort of sadness filled my heart. . . Even though the 
memories we have are beautiful and thinking back on them fills my heart 
with joy, my eyes also swell with tears because we are so far aprt, and I miss 
you very much. 



Leslie L. Garcia 



Seniors 117 



Greg Bellowe 



To "The Clan"-Carlos, Kinga, Matt, Cocaine-Kid, Gecco, and Ann-Marie- I'm grateful to all of you, 

who helped me get absolutely nothing done, yet instead have great times of fun. 

-To my parents-Thanks fof putting up with me, and always supporting me-without you I would be 

nothing, 

-Soctates claimed no man is truly ever free — Socrates nevet skied 

-"It is the eye which makes the horizon." RWE 



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Thanks to all my friends who accompanied me thiough the Halls of Knowledge (Kinga, J. Webb, G. 
Gecco, The Kocaine Kidd, The Beelow man, Mattay, Hairy Fanny: Your friendship made it all 
worthwhile!) Special thanks to my Family fot theii continual love and strengrh. 



Carl David Andresen 



118 Seniors 



Dan Lynn King 




Thanks to my buddies (Carlos, Matty, Short 
Kid, Smitty, Flahive, Webbie) and very 
special thanks to Mom and Dad for all the 
support. 1 could not have done it without you! 
I love you! 












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In a word, thanks-Cheeks, Cark, Dan, Annie, 
Eric, Greg, Steve, Jason and Marshall. 
There is no greater assest in ones life than ones 
friends. You are all I could have asked for and 
I wish you all the happiness that you so rightly 
deserve. GET OFF!!! 




When I was a child, 
I spoke as a child, I 
understood as a child, 
I thought as a 
child. . . 
-I. Corinthians 13 



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Matthew Jeffrey Roberts 



Seniors 119 



Seunghoon 'Steven' Chon 




So what if people are in the cave?.' 

^■-^r o W.C, T.M., ex., P.H., K.L, R.J., L.G., B.S., S.V THE LIST GOES ON. 

Philosophy is no doubt a delightful thing, 

as long as one is exposed to it in modetation. 

But if one spends more time with it than he should, it's 

the undoing of mankind. 

-Callides 



Towering genius disdains a beaten path. 
-A. Lincoln 




Thanks Mom, Kimberly and LFC. 





Matthew Reid Elkin 



Pub Philosophy 



120 Seniors 



This page compliments of Beth Elkin. 



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Jennifer M. Wood 




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^^'J' Thanks for everything mom, dad, and grandma you're the best- luv 
you! Life at the Enchanted Forest has been great! 



U Should have stayed for 4. Missed you! See you at the Pier House. 



Lisa K. Shelley 



Seniors 121 



J. Patrick Towle 








Thanks Mom and Dad, Mel, and all of my other friends for making LFC worth while. 
Stay Free 

Mom, Dad, & Paul, Thank you for being there. I Love You! 
Here's to the Future! 




Matthew Keeney 



122 Seniors 



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Christopher Steven Moore 




'm shocked that there are no more 
nidterms, fianls, or debates. Au 
devoir Lake Forest College. 



"This is what LFC will make you want to do- Have a 
'cerveca.'" 



"Well, Tanya, time has gone by so quickly. 
I couldn't have made four years without 
you! I LOVE YOU SWEETHEART" 




Tiank you to my family for all the love & support that made all things 

>ossible! I love you! 

ess, Liz, Michelle, Lex, Brenden, Bylan, Keith, Ashton, Terry- Thanks for 

■eing my best freinds! 

'es, my name is Hannah! Come to Miimesota, we have warm beds! 



Eileen M. Walsh 






123 



Anita Lepianka 




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The goal of (people) and society should be human independence; a concern not with image of popularity but with finding a meaning in life that is 
personally authentic; a quality of mind not compulsively driven by a sense of powerlessness, nor one which unthinkingly adopts status values, nor 
one which tespresses aU threats to its habit, but one which has full, spontaneous access, to present and past expetiences, one which easily united the 
fragemented parts of personal history, one which openly faces problems which are troubling and unresolved; one with an intuitive awareness of 
possibilites, an active sense of curiosity, an ability and wiUingness to learn, 
from The Port Huron Statement, 1962 



Joe Miller 



124 Seniors 



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Mary Claire Chin 




Thanks Mom & Dad, Cybele & Joe, Ping & Sweetstuff, 3 other neat 
roomies & friends & teac±iers (including the trees). Lucky for the many 
still living species that you all made up my alarm clock. 
There I go. 



JCAKE UP EVERYBODY 
I 'm a little groggy myself. 




Lisa Cameron Smith 



Seniors 125 



Mary Decker 




From quiet homes and first beginning, 
Out to the undiscovered ends, 
There's nothing worth the wear of winning. 
But the laughter and love of friends. 
-Hilaire Belloc 




Qiang Feng 



"The ideals which have lighted me on my way and time after 
time given me new courage to face life cheerfiilly, have been 
Truth, Goodness, and Beauty." 
-Einstein 

"'. . .you've won the Nobel. . .' 

'Yeah, but I'm sleeping!. . .' 

. . .1 was able to by a beach house." 

-Feynman 



126 Seniors 



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"My family and friends are the best things I 

know." 

-John Cougat Mellencamp 

Goodbye LFC! 

Thanks to everyone for helping me learn about 
life and all its ups and downs. I would 
especially like to thank my family for all the 
love and support they've given me. You're the 
best! I love you! 





"I shall live in Eternity" 
-Yes 



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Cassandra, I truly love you and Paradise shall be ours. . .Forever. 

"He's a gentleman. I'm just stubborn." 

C.S.D. 

Paul- I've gone around the sun 21 times and I love you! 



Mom and Dad, ' j^ 

I love you both with all my heart. I made it! Thank you for being 
there, for helping me on my quest for happiness. 




Paul William Konzen 



Seniors 127 



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Phillip C. Rau 



128 Seniors 



Jonathan Dwek 



Dearest 

Thanks to our friends and family. 
It's been a wonderful four years. 
We love you. 




Jay Eastmen 



Seniors 129 



Bradford C. Madieson 



Thanks to my parents, without 
whom none of this would have been 
possible. 

My friends, and you all know who 
you are, thank you one and all. 

Esse quam videri. 




Most of the women you will meet 
carry knives. 

Bitter sarcasm always spoils my 
appetite. -Snoopy 

Why didn't you tell me you were a 
demon from hell?!? 




Patting with a friend is a sadness. 
A place is only a place. 



Ideas are bulletproof. -V 



Soccer, Hockey, Softball, Volleyball, 
Fencing, Acting, Diving, Tarps, 
AD&D, Drinking, Belching, 
Fighting, Lusting, FARTING , 
Stinking, Snoozing, Making Friends. 

The Den of Ambiguity, Antiquity, 
Blasphemy, Felicity, Poverty, 
Promiscuity, Soliliquy and Ubiquity. 

Goodbye all. The Aardvark. 




Excuse me — I'm not used to being 
acquainted with legends. -Zelazny 

Ave atque vale to family, friends, and 
LFC! 



Colin D. McComb 



130 Seniors 



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'Buzzed Again!' 



Thanks: 

Mom 

Dad 

James 

Elizabeth 

BiU 

Tripley 

All my friends 




Jeffrey B. Leiken 

mm mdi... 




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"Hey Phil! Let's take this boat out!' 



"Forget the Past, Ignore the Future, Live For Today. 
-Silver Surfer- 




I'm unique in the 
respea I'm not 
you. -Roger 
Nelson 




Keith Anderson 



Seniors 131 



Randall G. Williams 



Mom and Dad, 
I can't tell you how 
thankful I am for you. 
You've been there through 
everything that I've put you 
through. Without your love 
and support I never could 
have made it. 
Love, Randall 

My time here has gone, but 
the fond memories will 





Mom and Dad, Words 
alone could never express 
my deepest appreciation for 
your suppon. I love you, 
and I thank you. 



■ ''^:'!.-.-.'J'K-^.'.-J.y-Vv'??" 




"All we needed — needed was a laugh, years gone by I say 
we've kicked some ass" -Motely Crue 

David Grippo 




132 Seniors 



Cornelia Sands O'Grady 



Experience is never limited, an it is never complete; it is 
an immense sensibility, a kind of huge spiderweb of the 
fines, silken threads suspended in the chamber of 
consciousness, and catching every air-borne particle in its 
tissue. 
-Henry James 





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i \ \\ "Sit UBU sit. Good dog" 
i Thanks to St. Jude 






CRR, SDD, AJH, HAW — 

no matter how much time passes, I will still remember you well 





HoUy Beth Chandler 



Seniors 133 



Phil Wight 




Yet another Dawn Arises 

as the shadows withdrawal 

like talons 

releasing us towards tommorow 

LATER ON- 

Brenda, 'Meat,' Keith, and the Gregory 2nd floor, Pam, and Elisa, Lisa, 

Maggie, the 'King,' Jethro, Seda. 



THANKS MOM AND DAD 




'So Ya wanna go over the balcony.' 



The Gregory Posse 





Mom and Dad: I couldn't have done any of this without your love and 
support. I love you both very much! 

Anthony: Stop It! Hmmmmm Bood 

J-Man: It's not real you know. Grrrrr! 

Dr. Kash and Dr. Faber: You survived Me. Thanks for your help. 



Mark E. Jadvani 



134 Seniors 



Jill Ellen Flaker 



Fo Mom, thank you for all your love and support. You're the best. And to all my buddies, I'd be lost without you. Special thanks to: KK-IWAM, 
3D-Boots, LJ-DOTFYBFH, and SB-LONDON! and may we forever be joined at the hip! 

,1^ mm 




Nuzzer, Dad, & Eliana-I am so lucky to have such a wonderful family. I love you turkeys. 
To my buddies: Lee, Billy, Kaye, & Jill- You'll always be permanent fixtures in my life. 
-I love you, Sam 



Samantha Brown 



Seniors 135 



Janniece "Neiq?" Clayton 



Friends, faculty, and LFC, 

A part of you will be with 

me — always. 

And to Lisa, one of the "special" ones 

A FRIEND of the 

Past, Present & Future 

Thanks, 

I Love You M. 



With fondness, I'll remember you. 
To the very special people who kept 
my spirits high — C. Byrd, K. Bennett, 
L. Mason, Sandy & of course Neicy. 

I've received the rare gift of freindship. 

The eternal prize of knowledge. 

God Bless, Good Bye Lake Forest College! 



Lisa Brewer 




136 Seniors 



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Sandra Sims 








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hanks to God, mom, dad, and Arthur 

)r helping to make my college years a reality. 

love you! 



To all my friends, thanks for everything. 
To Lisa, Chris, Steve and little Camille, 
you guys are wonderful! 



"Those that succeed should 
encourage others to 
succeed as well." 




Many thanks to 

Extendo's Fteinds: 

251 Robers- Traid?, 

Tap Fevds, Trippley's, 

EMB, Losin' Big, Who 

invited security to 

our Party? — TV 

and the Boys Without 

Fear (Rek and Dr. 

Who- 310 Robens); Halran 114. 

Special thanks to Tom, 

Steph, Steve, Muffy and 

the world's four 

greatest grandparents. 



Christopher Johnson 



Seniors 137 



Cory Graham 




I Love You 






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Fellow beacons of ineptitude, my room is your room. 
Family-I couldn't even begin. . . 



Anyone who cannot cope with mathematics isn't fully human. At best 
he is a tolerable subhuman who has learned to wear shoes, bathe, and 
not make messes in the house. 

Mom, Dad, Laura, Elizabeth, et al. . . 
Thanks for your love, understanding and help. 




CLEAR CREEK 




Tas illuvias de los colores 
emigraban ai pais de los 
amores. . .mi Espana. 




X-JI^ 



The people I love are what 
keep me alive. 




For Poppa 

Why does it have to hurt so bad? 



Danielle Yvonne Reimer 



138 Seniors 



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Jeffery W. Parker 




3reamess comes when you're really tested, when you take some 
Mcks, some disappointments, when sadness comes, because only if 
)u've been in the deepest valley can you ever know how magnificent it 
to be on the highest mountain." 
I.M.N. August 9, 1974 




Art is long and Life is short, 
at success is very far off." 
oseph Conrad 





One drop of rain 

On a window pane 

Goes sliding by 

I, a drop of pain on earth 

Go sorrowing by. 

-Ivan Albright 

I don't want a pickle. 

Just want to ride on my motorcyle 

And I don't want a tickle, 

I'd rather ride on my motorcylce 

And I don't want to die, 

Just want to ride on my motory. . .cyle. -A.G. 

John Morris Conner 



Seniors 139 



Suzannah Milton Rugh 




I shall not waste my days trying to prolong them 
I shall use my time. 
-Jack London 



Imagine no possessions 

I wonder if you can 

No need for grief or 

hunger 

A brotherhood of man 

Imagine all the people 

Sharing all the world 

-John Lennon 

M& D- 

Thanks for everything. 

Thanks to all my friends. 

I'll treasure the 

memories. 




M&D- 

I'm so lucky to have you for parents. 
Thanks for everything. I love you! 
Jen, Alex, Elizabeth- 
True freinds, wonderful memoreis. Thanks for always 
being there. 




Jennifer L. Magarity 




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140 Seniors 



Brook Bowman Besinger 



>ad, Mom, Brittany, Ollie, & Chase- 

assu for all your support. I couldn't have made it without 

Du guys! 



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Gillette-It's been great. Double pierce those ears already! 



.ob(Glur)- Sasseria for the memories we've shared so far. I 
jope there will be many more. 
LoveU ALOTTLE! 





"o: BB, JM, SR, JE, AC 

lom. Dad and Peter and especially Ashton 

"hanks for all of your love 

nd support. I love you all! 



Elizabeth Anne Gillette 



Seniors 141 



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Alex Crescenzi 




POLICE 




Thanx to all my friends for the 
special memories. 

"Mom always said, 'Don't play ball in the 

house.'" 

-Bobby Brady 

"You need a busload of faith to get by. . ." 
-Lou Reed 

Thanks to Mom and Dad for making my years 
at LFC possible and to Bill Wilson, Saunder, 
Sab, J. P., and others who made them special. - 
Kitty 



Katherine Simshauser 



142 Seniors 



Kelly- Anne Sullivan 

To be all that you can be, you must dream of being more. . . 
Thanks Mom, Dad and Erick 
for your love and support. 
Good luck to the class of 1991! 




ly forehead is dean, isn't it? 

My life is for itself and not for a speaade." 

Emerson 

Tianks for everything, Mom and Dad, I love you! 



Kate Sullivan 



Seniors 143 



Allison Roberts-Sedgwick 




"Do I contradia myself? 

Very well then I contradia myself. . . 

Failing to fetch me at first keep encouraged, 

Missing me one place search another, 

I stop somewhere waiting for you." 

-Whitman 

Katie- You are my inspiration. I love you more than the moon, the sun, and th 

stars! 



"A GOOD FRIEND MAY BE FOR LIFE, BUT SISTERS ARE ETERNAL.' 
Thanks Mom. . .For everything. . .We respea and admire you more than 
everyone, but most of all, WE LOVE YOU! 





"Insist on yourself; never imitate." Emerson 

"To learn everything. . .about something. . .for instance, a tree. . .you must become that tree." 

J. R. Hague — Thank you, sir, I now understand! 

JACK-I thank God for you. . .for you have brought to me so many "New Dawns." I LOVE 

YOU ALWAYS! 

KATE — Wash your forehead! 



Jennifer Roberts 



144 Seniors 



TraceyJ. Holmes 

Highwood; the Anchor; Summer of '90, Jody, Kristin, Rick, Swimmin' 
Women, Chickbags, Great Lakes, NTC, Go Navy, Florida, SIU 
To Robin, Shawn, K.A. Nicole, Shelly, Jane, Mike the WOZ, Skip, Riki, 
Ciaig, Kurt, Joe, Nick, and especially Mom, Dad, andy, Stephanie, Alexis, 
these were the best four years of my life! 




If 

/ersailles Fall 1989 Love ya Shawn E! 



The coast of Brittany, France, 

Thanks Mom, Rich, and JiUie forgivins me so many opportunites! Thanks for 

struggling so hard for us Mom, you are a hard aa to follow! 



C. Robin Thomas 



Seniors 145 



Pamela A. Tewey 

"There's something rare and special 
about a person who always makes 
you feel good-without even trying." 
-Lynn Bamhart 





"Never such devoted 
sisters" 



Pam! Pam!- "Somewhere Out There" L.R. 



A.O.- "The Glory of Love" — Bette Midler 
B.B.- "Pray For Me" — M.W.S. 
M.S.- "You've Got a Friend" — J.T. 



Mom and Dad — I Love You! 

"Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his 
grasp or what's a heaven for." — R.B. 




"Reality is where the within 
touches the without." — H.M 



Ohhhhh Phipes 

Is that a pose? 

Table from Hell 

Paul Young 

Hockey, Naptime 

Fungi, Sinead 

Squirrels, Crows, Sqwauk! 



Page compliments of Ralph and Glenda Olson 



Amy E. Olson 



146 Seniors 



Elizabeth Arcaro 

'If you're really well organized you tend not to repeat ytouself in any aspea of life." -J. Ferret 

rhank you to my family-especially Gram. 

'You should wear with pride the scars on you skin. They're a map of adventures, and the places you've been." -from U.Li.La.Lu, Poi Dog 

'ondering 





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"And if I should die in a car wreck, may I have Van Morrison on my tape deck." -Poi Dog Pondering 
"I'm all for the Southwest where it's sunny and dry." 
-Pat Flynn, New Gtass Revival 



Catherine "Kt" Nott 



Seniors 147 



Neal F. Gagen 




There's not enough space to 
express my gratitude to 
Mom, Dad, Deb, Kat, Ben, 
Mic, JHB, RHM, and LFC. 
Thanks. 



"We aa as though comfon 
and luxury were the chief 
requirements of life, when all 
we really need to make us 
happy is something to be 
enthusiastic about." 




"If a man doesn't keep pace with his companions, perhaps 
it is because he hears the beat of a different drummer; so 
let him march to the music he hears, however measured or 
however far away." 
-Henry David Thoreau 



Michelle M. Sanguine 



148 Seniors 



Michael K. Moore 




^n the past few years I have begun to learn who I am and what is 
mportant to me. When you accept yourself and others around you 
:he rest seems to follow. I will have many fond memories. 



Scott Brian Camow 



Seniors 149 



Gaylen Bent 



Page Compliments of all the Bents. 




Mom, Dad, Bake, and Park: Thank you for everything. Without you I could never have made it 
this far. I love you! 




To our friends: four years is a long time. Thanks for making it so entertaining. Spedal thanks to: 
PB, HM, LD, AR, BL, SK, CO, CB, and LB. 




Mom and Bill: Thank you for your love and support. They have been invaluable 
to me over the past four years! 



Elizabeth Bates 



Seniors 1 50 



Pamela T. Bradley 





THANK YOU MOM AND DAD FOR ALL 
YOUR LOVE AND SUPPORT. TO GWB, 
EBB, AJR, CKO, TLA, LWJ-THANKS FOR 
ALL THE MEMORIES. 
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD 
LUCK! AND TO JTO FOR ALL YOUR 
LOVE, SUPPORT, AND 
ENCOURAGEMENT. I COULDN'T HAVE 
DONE IT WITHOUT YOU! 






MEMORIES ARE WHAT WE CHOOSE 
TO REMEMBER. FRIENDS ARE THOSE 
WHO WANT TO REMEMBER THE 
VERY SAME THINGS. THANKS TO ALL 
THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THE PAST 4 
YEARS SO SPECIAL! MOM, WITHOUT 
ALL YOUR LOVE AND SUPPORT I 
COULDN'T HAVE MADE IT THIS FAR 
— I LOVE YOU! 




Amanda J. Ridgley 



Seniors 151 



Durinda Perkins 



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". . .derm das Schone ist nichts 

als 

des Schrecklichen 

Anfang. . .wir 

bewundern es so, weil es 

gelassen 

verschmaht, uns zu 

zerstoren, . ." 

-Rilke 

"Und was da war, ist in mir in 

eins 

verflossen: in e i n e uberstarke 

schwere Pracht, die Sinne 

stumm und 

Worte sinnJos macht. . ." 



ACTION=LIFE 



Thanks Mom, Dad, 

Felicia, Tammy, 

Kathryn, Margot, 

Knit, WiU and the 

"boys" 

I don't see and I 

don't feel 

but tighdy hole up 

silendy 

my hand before my 

fading eyes 

and in my eyes your 

smile 

the very last thing 

before I go. . . 

-Robert Smith 

Slan leat! Slainte! 




Will Crownenwett 



152 Seniors 



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Kurt I. Munson 



Men have no right to complain that they are naturally feeble and short 

lived. 

-Sallust 





I am a part of all I have met. 

-Tennyson 

Well, there it is. . . 

-Bennett 

Rocks, rocks, they all look like stones to me! 

-Bennett 

My friends, thanks for being there. 

Special thanks to mom, dad, Louise and Ellen for all 

your support. 

I love you! 



Margot E. Eccles 



Seniors 153 



Dianne Schneider Trees 
History Major 




'Learning is one good thing that never has to come to an end. 




I thank: 

— God, who gave me the talents to make this possible; 

— My husband and son, who's support made this feasible; 

— My teachers, who made this stuff learnable; 

— And my classmates, who made me feel comfortable. 

I am truly, truly gratefiil! 

"My life is good." — Randy Newman 




Kristy Pokomy 



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Becky Whitehouse 




Tianks to everyone for the greatest two years of my life. LFC will 
ilways hold a special place in my heart. 



"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly what is essential is 
invisible to the eye." 
— The Little Prince 




jiregory 157 & 257, champagne, cookie-dough-ice cream, and dance-a- 
Jions! 

iC'hy? 'Cu2 w.p. girls! 
ILight, Trac' 
love ya'll — thanks for the best year yet! 





Real friends are those who, when you've made a fool of 
yourself, don't think you've done a permanent job. 
— Carolyn Costs 



Shawn Lea Merrifield 



155 Seniors 



Dana Michele Epstein 




All my love and thanks to 
mom and dad and Lawrence. 




Yumi Nakamura 



To all my friends: 
y^r The times we laughed, the times we cited- evety single moment we shared is 
spedal to me. Thanks fot everything! 
Love always, Yumi 



156 Seniors 



Thomas Lee Wirth, Jr. 




"The creative person is overpowered, captive of, and driven by a demon. 
Unless one assents to the power of the inner voice, the personality cannot 
evolve. Although we often mistreat those who listen to that voice, they 
become our legendary heroes." 
-Carl Jung 




■Aren't you a Wittry? 



'Freiheitkann auf Daver nich eingemavert werden" 
'^Richard Von Weizacker 



Beergammon 

Major Violations #1-7, 9 

Late Night Burritos 

Pasternak Strasse 

Plus 

Wingolf 

barbeques 

Mettbrotchen Pommes Frittes und Weizen 

Vodlea O.J. and the Blues Brothers 

Thanks for everything Mom and Dad 

Steve Wittry 



Seniors 157 



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Susan Cherney 

To my buddies- 
Thanks for all the good times! 
I luff you all! 
Mom & Pops- 
Thanks fot putting up with me, I love you 
very much. 
-Sulci 




Hallo ftiends- 

You are ail the greatest buds in the world! 

Thanks for making my four years the 

best years of my life so far. 

Suk- 

I don't think there'll ever be a friend 

better than you-thanks for being there fore me 



Mom & Dad- 
Thanks, I love you! 



Corrina Chauvin 



158 Seniors 



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Galen Quay McCorkle 




To all my pals: 

Thanks for all the groovy times. You have made 

my years at LFC a bit aazier and for sure 

unforgettable. With love and many thanks to my 

family, I could have never done it without you. I 

love you. 

-Galen 





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Thank you Mom, Dad, and Kirk. I love you! 

"To force oneself to believe and accept a thing without understanding is 
pohtical, not spiritual or intelleaual." 

"Life is very simple when descirbed in 100 words or less." 



Kristin K. Wagner 



Seniors 159 



Geoff Waldschmidt 




Hope is a thing with feathers 

That perches in the soul 

And sings the tune without the words 

And never stops at all 

-Emily Dickinson 



Whenever I felt like giving up; 
I would just imagine that there 
was a 'no-u-turn' sign in our path. 
-Christopher Columbus (as 
quoted by Joe Manin) 





Something we were withholding 

made us weak 

Until we found it was ourselves 

We were withholding form our 

land of living. 

-Roben Frost 



Today is yesterday's 
tomorrow. . .but yesterday 
is just another way of 
saying today tomorrow, 
-excerpt from 
Boffonian philosophy 




Jods I love you 



Hey dudes this is it 
Whoa, I'm so . . . 
Have you seen. . . 
I'm sorry, I forgot. . 



What are you doing? Ohhhh I don't know too much 
Zep is just enough! The simimer of 90 changed my 
life. ' 



David Tasker Reid Bradley 




Mark, you're a good person 



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Terry L. Ashby Jr. 



Blah, Blah, Blah. . .Guppies. . 

Berline. . .Courtesy 

smile. . .Youra funny. . .Get 

over yourself. . .TV 

Pumpkins. . .Gafe Aremini. . 

So I says to the guy. . Sucks to 

be you. . .OOhhLaLa. . . 

A high fiber breakfast is very 

important. 

-Mark Russell 




Lemodkas. The GP dance. A Brown, Flaky King, Berlin, 
USA. Bye Sharkie. Mr and Mrs M. Get a Job? Want to learn 
to sneeze? Moooo! Guppie. Never get out of bed before noon. 
Pam, Samantha, Jill, Kaye, Terry, Billy, Axl Rose, Madonna, 
U2. Love you Mom. 



Lee W. Jones II 



Seniors 161 



Christopher K. Tico 





Lake Forest College: Some of the best times of my life, some of the best 
friends I'll ever meet & some really understanding professors. Thanks for 
everything mom. You're the greatest. 



If you treasure the beauty 

that shows all around you 

and try to add some of your own, 

Enjoy the companionship 

others can give you, 

yet value your moments alone. . . 

If you honor opinions 

that differ from yours, 

yet stand up for what you believe. 

Admire the accomplishments 

others have made, 

and take pride in what you can achieve 

If you love those around you 

and love yourself, too, 

if your spirit is eager and free. . . 

Then you know what it means 

to live life to its fullest 

and be the best "you" 

you can be. 



Jennifer Seda 



162 Seniors 



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Diving and swimming champs-Nicole Taxandy and Shawn Pieae. 



Colin Barbera puts his economics major to work! 





Neal Gagen wonders why his sun-darkening shades aren't working- . (Hilary Newlin, Laura 
Bancroft) 




Jay Ferrari. Tony Vigon, and Jerry Barcnbaum. A.k.a. Moe, Larry, and Curly. 



Durinda Perkins-all dressed up and nowhere to go. 



Seniors 163 




"I wonder if this chair will fold up while I'm in it. . ." (Gary Francis) 





, So what's your point? (Sandy Sims) 




Chris Pruett and Jason Webb support their Forester hockey players. 




Jen Roberts asks her sister Allison Sedgwick, "Hey, did you forget to pick up Katie?.' 



"Do I really have to dress like this just to water the grass?" (Phil 

Wight) 



164 Seniors 




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Doug Washington- Strike a pose, there's nothing to it. 




smile if you've seen a moose! (Kathy Hafenschet, Nicole Angeli) 




Forester Football's faithhil manager — Matt McLaughlin. 










Wondering why no one throws him the ball, Paul Baldwin decides to 
stick to student goverment. 




Patty Moran announces het upcoming gtaduacion. 



Seniors 165 




Two seniors anxiously awaiting graduation! (Ted Handler) 



"What do you think this is. . .a library??" (Hadge Glover) 



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Underclassmen 167 



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The Ciass of 1992 



Annette Arnold 
Lisa Azu 
Joy Bass 



Jody Birling 

Robert Blairsmith 

John Clune 



Jennifer Courts 

Shawn Danhouser 

Alycia Dornstaudcr 



Harvey DuPerry 
Christina Durr 
Jennifer Giese 




168 Juniors 



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Dean Gournis 
Anthony Fagan 
Joel Forney 



Sarah Hoag 
Thomas Hill 
Teri Huntington 



Roxanne Johnson 
Kathleen Kenney 
Lance Lehmann 



Keith Liston 
Monique Macartney 
Donald Mastro 



169 Juniors 



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Tanya Matic 
Janet Matthew 
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Hilary NewUn 

Elizabeth Overturf 

Matthew Parket 



Tricia Ptomey 

Brad Savage 

Matthew Saver 



Amy Shelley 

Sheila Strobel 

Tiffany Sutherland 




170 Juniors 




1 Sue Wagenaar 
Kay-Kay Webster 
Mia Woodis 




Above) Ani Doss participates in Orientation Leader training, (Right) Graham Haas announces 
he play by play while Bob Blair-Smith looks on. (Below) Mark Peysakovich soaks up some sun 
s he prepares for class. 





Juniors 171 



The C(ass of 1993 



Barton Allen 

Heather BeU 

Anne Bennett 



Gregory Boltz 
Susan Borders 
Fred Brenner 



Ben Brown 

Anne Carnevale 

Juliet Carson 



Paul Colte 

Bonita Doss 

Desmond Dozier 



Jennifer Ellis 
Lydia Field 
Tami Fisher 




172 Sophomores 




Jessica Gardner 
Marc Garneau 
Delle Gay 



Ann Gebhardt 
Julie Goodwin 
Sara Haielton 



Wendy Heilman 
Jocelyne Houghton 
Todd Killian 



Laura Kotelman 
Rebecca Kramer 
Gabrielle Martinez 



Janeth McDonald 
Vesheta Miller 
Elizabeth Mobarak 



Sophomores 173 



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Charles Monzelglio 

Suzanne Murphy 

Marcy Mustafa 



Shawn Nygaard 

Scott Pozil 

Janice Pytel 



Heather Reiily 

David Roberts 

Lisa Ross 



Sam Silberman 

Holly Sloan 

David Spannraft 



Kristine Specht 

Timothy State 

Marde Scenmark 




174 Sophomores 



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Fumiko Tadano 
Sheila Thomas 
Mindy Tygar 



Mimi Wicr 
Daphne Wilmerding 
Brady Wilson 




(Far Right) Stephanie 
Schade relaxing in the 
afternoon sun outside 
of Roberts hall. (Left) 
Desmond Dozier 
checks out the price of 
books at the LFC 
bookstore. 



175 Sophomores 



The Ciass of 1994 



Lena Afary 

Trent Agenlian 

Michael Annunziato 



Eric Bailly 
Raymond Baker 
Sarah Beckscrom 



Sandy Benson 

Noel Black 

Christopher Bland 



Samuel Bodine 

Tanya Btadfotd 

Amy Burnside 




176 Freshmen 



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Delphine Carayon 
Alex Case 
Peggy Charlton 



David Cholewiak 
Allison Cobb 
Ilan Cohen 



Derek Crouch 
Dana Damon 
Katie DeBock 



Erika DiCello 
Christian Dickinson 
Renee Diebold 



Michael DeSantis 
Jenet Dwinell 
Brant Dykehouse 



Freshmen 177 



Scott Elias 

Melanie Elston 

Daniel Faber 



Jennifer Fahlen 

Michelle Forgeron 

Alison Freund 



Kristin Graham 

Jessica Gwinn 

Jo-Nell Herndon 



Chris Herbert 
John Hogan 
Ted Holsteen 



Kacherine Holt 

Sean Hope 

Thomas Howard 




178 Freshmen 




Deborah Joseph 
Heather Juengst 
Erik Johnson 



Abigail Karasick 
Jan Kuznik 
Stephanie Lain 



Tara Lambert 
Laura Langelan 
Charles Lasco 



Amber Leucht 
Julie Leung 
Janna Loventzen 



Caroline Luders 
Alice Mansfield 
Jessica Melamed 



Freshmen 179 



Christine Meyer 

Kelly Mirtelman 

Jason Moore 



Tyler Mongerson 
Stacey Montano 
Evelyn Mwangi 



Matthew Neilsen 

John Noel 

Mike Payne 



Carmen Perry 

Elizabeth Peterson 

Hope Potter 



Michelle Pulce 

Rowena Ramnath 

Shannon Reidy 




180 Freshmen 




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Jennifer Rice 
Portia Rivera 
Melissa Roche 



Day Rosenberg 
Elizabeth Sajnples 
Diana Shull 



Shenae Simmons 
Stephanie Simmons 
Barbara Smith 



Shadi Soomekh 
Kathleen Stephenson 
Jody Strauss 



Gint Straumieks 
Douglas Sutherland 
Bradford Swanson 



Freshmen 181 



Lisa Thompson 

Pacti Timmerman 

Sheneen Travis 



John Tweedie 

Sara Voorhees 
Monica Walsh 



Miki Weiser 

Christy Westbrooks 

Kimberly Whitten 



Rachel WoU 

Amanda Wnghc 
Diana Wuchich 






Ryan Yamada 

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182 Freshmen 



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Faculty and Adminiscration 183 




Bruce King 

Director of Minority Affairs 



Ron Miller 

Dean of Students and Religion 



Thomas Ryan 

Direaor of Public Affairs 



184 Faculty and Administration 




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can of Faculty 



George Speros 

Assoc. Dean of Faculty 



Gordon White 
Direaor of Financial Aid 




DEAN TEAM: 

(top) Ron Miller, Gina Moon, 

(bottom) Joanie Dovekas, Wayne Doleski 



LIBRARY STAFF; 

(top) Adya Stamay-Meeks, Margret Soter, Joan Gibbs, 
(row 3) Karen Ludlow, Rita Koller, Heidi Ford, 
(row 2) Vanaja Menon, Ruth Sharvy. Zena Kazemi, 

(front) Sara Jump and Arthur Miller 

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Faculty and Administration 185 




Kenneth Bennett 
English 




Kristin Brown 
Sociolgoy/ Anthropology 



Mary Ashley 
Biology 




Catherine Benton 
Religion 



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Lowell Carmony 
Math/Computer Studies 



■William Butterworch 
Mathematics 



186 Faculty and Administration 




osemary Cowler 
nglish 



Michael Croydon 
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Audrey Curtiss 
Economics 




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Bailey Donnally 
Physics 



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usiness 



Michael Ebner 
History 



Faculty and Administration 187 




Arlene Eskilson 
Scxdology/ Anthropology 




Richard Fisher 
German 



Jonathan Galloway 
Politics 



Roger Faber 
Physics 



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Ronald Forgus 
Psychology 




Paul Fischer 
Politics 




Phylis Frankel 
Psychology 




Carol Gayle 
History 



Jean-Luc Gameau 

French 



188 Faculty and Administration 




)avid George 
panish 



Robert Glassman 
Psychology 



Robert Gteenfield 
■ English 




Benjamin Goluboff 
English 




layton Gray 
rerman and Russian 



Gertrude Grisham 
Direaor of Writing Center 




(Left to Right) George Shields, Jacqueline Slaacs, 
Richard KeUy 



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Faculty and Administration 189 




Keith Hazekon 
History 



Monte Hull 
Philosophy 



Robert Holliday 
Math/Computer Studies 





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Tung Hon Jeong 
Physics 



Laura Kateley 
Chemistry 



Michael Kash 

Physics 



190 Faculty and Adminstration 




Charles Miller 
Politics 



Nader Nazmi 
Economics 



Faculty and Administration 191 



(Left to Right) Turtle, Glassmen, VanNewenhizen. 
Galloway, Nazmi 




Lynne Pudles 
Art 






Qiarles Paulson 
Biology 



Ed Packei 

Math/ Computer Studies 




Lawrence Schoen 
Psychology 



Ahmad Sadri 
Sociology/ Anthropology 



192 Faculty and Administration 




Phillip Simmons 
English 




W. Rand Smith 
Poiirirs 




Jeff Sundberg 
Economics 



Ghada Talhami 
Politics 





Mark Tierno 
Education 



David Towle 
Biology 



Faculty and Administration 193 



Carol Thicksmn and C. Richard Fisher 
Spanish 





Robert Troyer 
Mathematics 



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Carolyn Tuttle 
Economics 




Jennifer Wallace 
Sociology/ Anthropology 



Bemice Vignocchi 
English 



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)aology/ Anthropology 



Naomi Wennvorth 
Psychology 




ynthia Woodbury 
usiness 



William Zamer 
Biology 




Arthur Zilversmit 
History 



Joan Dovekas and Ron Miller 
pan of the Dean Team 



Faculcy and Administration 195 



'Is that all of us?" 




"No. . ." Not Pictured: 
Petides Geotges — History 
Ellen Jones — Theatet 
David Krantz — Psychology 
Louise Mason — Theater 
William Moskoff — Economics 
Steven Rosswurm — History 
Franz Schulze — Art 



196 Faculty and Administration 




Sports 197 



Men's Tennis 



The 1990 Men's tennis team tried hard to 
end Coach Charlie Miller's last season at 
Lake Forest on a good note. Senior captain 
Bruce Harris led the team. Other members 
of the team included senior Sam Woodger 
(MIP), junior Steve Runkle, sophomores 
Paul Gibson, Phillip Lindsey, Steve Runkle, 
and freshman Robert Potter, and Art Zeiffer. 
The Forestors ended with a 5-4 match 
record, placed fourth in conference, and 
placed second in the Knox invitational. 
Their season goal was to finish second in the 
conference and their strong singles play had 
placed them there after the first day of the 
conference tournament. Paul Gibson went to 
the finals round for the number four singles 
position. Unfourtunately, at the end of the 
second day, doubles play had put them into 
founh. The tennis team played competitively 
and their two losses out of conference were to 
division I schools. Next year, the team is 
hopeful and excited to play under their new 
coach Skip Cook. 




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Reach for the stars! Phil Lindsey goes for the ace. 



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Duck! Arthur Zeifer with another amazing backhand volley. 



Sports 199 



Women's Sofbail 



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Coach Nancy Feldman ended coaching at LFC when 
the Lake Forest College Softball team missed out on a bid to play in 
the Midwest Athletic Conference tournament with a loss to Beloit on 
April 23, 1990. 

Hanke and Palmer were named to the MACW all-conference 
team. In addition Hanke was voted the team's most valuable player 
and freshman Rachel Moskoff was named most improved player. 
Tewey and Angeli have been named the 1991 team captains. 










(Front) Little, Meinel, Posick, Courts. Hanke, Palmet, Moskoff, Fagan. 

(Back) Coach Feldman, Tewey, Banks, Specht. Hafenscher, AngeU, Rogers, Mardis, Bendery, Heilman, Mustafa, KeUer, Neumann, Asst.Coach Buttenvorth 



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Nicole Angeli asks for the ball. 





Kathy Hafenscher pitches a fastball. 





Coach watches in amazement. Jen Courts spiints to first. 





Kim Neumann smacks the ball. 



Hafenscher looks for the plate. 



Sports 201 



Men's Lacrosse 





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(Second) S, Scromer, C. Barbeta, H. Saperston, J. Doyle, I. Cutlet, A. Davidson. 

(Thifd) Coach Quinn, T. Betgland, C. Constable, T, Ouhrabk, C. Monzeglio, D. Dubrey, M. Hartington. 

(Top) B. Swift, P. Whidock, M. Heisen, M. Barnard, T. Suilivan, J. Kreppen. 



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Coach Quinn's last year with the Lake 
Forest Lacrosse team finished the season with 
a 5-6 record. Leading the team in both mind 
and spirit were team captains Todd Sullivan 
and Blake Swift. 

! Davidson was the team's highest point 
scorer, with 21 goals and 22 assists for a total 
iof 43 points. Barnard was second with 24 
goals and 16 assists for a total of 40 points. 
Swift, who had 1 6 goals and 1 5 assists for 3 1 
points and was third, was voted the team's 
imost valuable player and Constable was 
.'selected most improved player. Handler, 
Barnard, and Barbera were selected to be 
team captains for the 1991 team to be 
coached under Peter Ginnegar. 



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Ted Handler and Al Davidson set up to score. 



Sports 203 




(Bottom row) Brian West, Richard Dixon. Eric Meadow, David Haines, James Aiello, Jeff Rupich, Ken Ottoviano. (Second row) David Hansen, Colin Barbera, Dan Cole, John 
Hurley, Harvey DuPerry, Joel Forney, Jason Moore, Mike May, Scott Steiner, Gary Heath. (Third row) Jay Ferrari, David Kramer, Frank Giannimore, Mike Dau, Andy Weesner, 
Jason Lenihan, Matt McGaughlin, Steve Pape, Paul Maloney, Matthew Cochran. (Fourth row) Matt Ralph, Lance Tyson, Jim Delisa, Pat Schuleit, Rob Bae, Jerry Barebaum, Eric 
Kalata, Chris Walsh, Brian Lescinskas. (Fifth row) John O'Brien, Tony Vigon. Phillip Christopher, Donald Bendery, Maurice Butler. (Top row) Paul Grabowski, Gary Frands, Todd 
Parola, Mark Collier, Erik Rasmussen, Brady Wilson, Mike O'Brien, Daniel Hughes. 



204 Sports 




Captain Colin Barbera squints in pain. 



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Maurice Butler struts to the sideline. 



Sports 205 



Women's Voiicybaii 



Coach Jackie Slaats and assistant coach Jenny Brewczynski lead the lady 
Foresters to a 16-1 1 season. The predominately young team will be lead next yeat 
by captains Jody Birling and Jennifer Giese. MVP honors went to Nicole 
Angeli and MIP honors were awarded to freshman Patti Timmerman. Nicole 
"Moose" Angeli was named to the ail-conference team. 




(Bottom row) MicheUe Forgeron, Sarah Beckstrom, Amber Uucht, Jenny Severson, Cheryl Fasano, Erica Frohm. (Second row) Jackie Slaats, Karla Weathers, Jen Giese, Sharon 
Rogers, Tern Huntmgton, Ann Gebhardt, Amy Rogers, Erin Barry, Jenny Brewczynski. Jody Birling, Patti Timmerman. (Top row) JiU Morrison, KeUy O'Brien, Patty Moran, 
Nicole Angeli. 



206 Sports 




Terri Huntington spikes the ball. Amber Leucht anticipates the set. All-Conference Nicole Angeli intimidates the opponents. 




Even with theit eyes closed Terri and Patty can block. 



Jill Morrison steps up to bump the ball. 



Sports 207 



Mens Soccer 







The Team: Brian Bauman, Travis Beard, Greg Boltz, Dan Bracken, Scott Braming, Philip Buck, Paul Colte, Joe Couper, 

Shawn Danhouser, Eric Drometer, Carter Fenton, David Frarralone, Erik Hamlet, Mark Harrington, Andrew Haskel, John 
Hogan, Peter Koenen, Jeff Laliberte, Tony Leraris, Richard Meyer, Mike Moore, Corey O'Conner, Steffan Peixson, Frank 
Salvoni, Eric Saul. David Schaye, Greg Selby, Leo Smerglia, Andrew Twombley, Vorkerr Veldhoven. 



Coach Tony Fritz and Mark Harrington critique the game. 




The team watches intently (GO TEAM!). 



J iinior Corey O'Conner dives an incredible save. 



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Sports 209 



Women's Soccer 



Coach Peter Ginnegar did "IT" with the LFC Women's Soccer team. His 100th career win! He 
led the team to a 10-4 season. All-Conference honors went to Nicole Tarandy and Lisi Bryan. 
Nicole Tarandy was also named to first team all-region and had all-American nominations along 
with freshman goalie Kimi Kurz. Congratulations! Next years team will be led by captains 
Sarah Lepinski and Lori Meenan . 





(Bottom tow) Stephanie Bell-Murch. Kim Burndt, Kimi Kurz, Lisi Bryan, Colleen Bouck, Valerie Lewis. (Second row) Lori Meenan, Eliza Gayle, Liz LaBome, Anne Bennett, Wendy 
Btyand, Kris Specht, Beth Levitsky, Nicole Tarandy. (Top row) Anthony Pagan, Sarah Lepinsky, Ehza Whitmote, Shelly Keller, Rachael Moskoff, Kim Yeaton, Peter Girmegar. 




MVP and captain Nicole Tarandy makes a move toward goal. 



Defender Anne Bennett starts the attack from the backfield 



210 Sports 



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Lady Foresters discuss their strategy for the second half. 




Defensemen Wendy, Beth, and Sarah work together to control their opponents. Moskoff and LaBorne talk on offense. ("I got it. No! I got it. OK you get it!") 




The team stands in awe as Nikki repeats one of coaches dirty jokes. 



Senior MIP Colleen Bouck dribbles around the opponents. 



Sports 211 



Women's Tennis 




(Bottom tow) Sara Raynor, Heather Reilly. Fumiko Tadano, EH'- Brown, Uz Hughes. (Top tow) Sandy Bozich, Diana Shull, Am.e Holzet, Btenda Stotts, CiUe Ramsey. 



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^reshman EUie Brown watches in amazement. 



Brenda and Amy warm up for the march (Nice Hit!). 



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Women's Swimming 




Jan Allen touches as Hilary Newlm takes off. 



Kelly-Anne Sullivan doing backstroke. 




(Front) Tracey Holmes, Capt. KeUy-Anne SuJEvan, Capt. Jan Allen, Nicole Tarandy, Debbie Waszak. (Second) Nicole Harper, Sue Crawford, Kellie Scheurell, Melissa Roper, Hilary 
Newhn, Janet Matthew. (Th.rd) Coach Skip Cook, Ftancie Lowenberg, EUza Whmmore, Sara Hazelton, Stacy Ktrschner, Laura Dryden, Matt Luebets. (Fourth) Maureen Gallagher, 
MoUy Rigney, Kjm Finn, Alison Freund, Stephanie Beli-Miirrh, Peggy Charlton. Bonnie. 



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Sommer, John Newlin, Ray Baker, Matt Luebcrs (Back) Bonnie Wallace Diving Coach. Not Pinured: Craig Lepkowski 



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Men's Hockey 



At press time the Foresters were 13-3 and ranked 8th nationally. 




The Foresters score against Notre Dame. 



Senior co-captain Doug Bowman looks for the shot as Francois Marquis watches. 




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Women's Baskbtibaii 




(First) Marcy Mustafa, Anne Bennett, Et.ca Frohm, JiU Motrison, Sandy Benson, Kim Neumann (Second) Coach Jackie Slaats, Charle Fetn, Shannon Reidy, Renee Diebold, Patti 
Timmerman, Anthony Fagan, Sally Booy (Third) Jenny Severson, Ten Huntington, Ann Gebhardt. Jenny Love, Shelly KeUet, Karla Weathets 



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Men's Baskeibaii 




Senior Gary Francis rakes it ro rhe hole against St. Norberts- 



Sophomore Jim Adams drives to the basket. 




(Front) Shane Lovely, Gary Francis, Tony Vigon, Eric Cunningham (Second) Dan Harley PaiU Colte, Rob Baade, Norm Goodman, Howard Wasserman, Scott Elias, Jim Adams 
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Brent Hudson and Jim Adams run down court. 




His Muttaqee shoots a layup. 



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Front) Chris Tico. Jennifer Roberts, KelJy O'Brien, Allison Sedgwick, Matt McLaughlin (Back) Brian Lescinskas, Lisa Ross, Steve Johnson, Jen Giese, Catherine Baldwin, 
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Athletic Direaor 
FootbaU/HandbaU 

Football Asst.: David Kramer, Frank Giannimore, 
Paul Maloney, Steve Pape, Sandy Pohlman. 




Skip Cook 

Men's & Women's Swimming 
Men's Tennis 1991 

Diving: Bonnie Wallace 



Nancy Feldman 

1990 Women's Softball 

Softball Asst.:Biil Butterworth 

1991 Softball coach undecided 




Anthony L. Fritz 

Men's Soccer/Hockey 

Soccer Asst.; Manfred Ecker, Bob Carlson 

Hockey Asst.: Jeff Whitmark, Jim Bristol, Tim Brennan 



Peter Glnnegar 
Women's Soccer 
Men's Lacrosse 1991 

Not shown: 1990 Laaosse Coach Peter Quinn 



Norm Goodman 

Men's Basketball 



Basketball Asst.: Rob Baade, Howard Wasserman 



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'991 Tennis Coach: Skip Cook 



Cille Ramsey 

Women's Tennis 

Asst.: Scott Kemnitz 




Jacqueline A. Slaats 

Women's VoUey ball/ Basketball 

Volleyball Asst.: Jennifer Brewczynski 
Basketball Asst.; Sally Booy 




Where our coaches Uve -The Sports center 



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Volleyball; Marcy Mustafa wich the bump 



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Volleyball; Peggy Meinel and Professor Paulson at the net. 



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of everything we've ever 

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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 
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the first efforts. 



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Wherever you may go in life 

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And when it works out 
there will never be any doubt, 
that the pleasure was 
worth all the pain. 
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If I could reach up and hold a star for each time 
you've made me smile, an entire evening's sky 
would be in the palm of my hand. 

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I love who you are. I do not have to love all your 
behavior and if I do not, I do not love you less. 
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*^ 


Crouch, Derek 




177 


Eastmen, Jay 


Beckstrom, Sarah 


176 


#itf«M*'^^ 




Crowley, Laura 




113 


Ebner, Michael 


Bell, Heather 


37,44, 172 






Croydon, Michael 




187 


Eccles, Margot 


Bennett, Anne 37, 38. 172. 210. 220. 


Cannon, Erin 


37 








Ecker, Manfred 




221 


Capone, Cara-Mier 


37 


Cunningham, Enc 




222, 223 


Eelnurme, Pat 



266 Index 



Ehardt, Beth 
Elia5, Scott 
Elkin, Matthew 
Ellis, Jennifet 
Elston, Melanie 
Enichen, Julie 
Epstein, Dana 
Eskilson, Atlene 
Exarhou, Lauta 



57 

178, 222 

42, 120, 248 

37, 172 

178 

35,37 

156 

188 

37,42,85,95 



Faber, CataJyn 
Faber, Dan 
Faber, Roget 
Fagan, Anthony 
Fahlen, Jennifet 
Feldman, Nancy 
Feng, Qiang 
Fenton, Andtea 
Fenton, Cattet 
Fern, Chatle 
Ferrari, Jay 
Ferry, Ann-Matie 
Fetter, Jennifet 
Field, Lydia 
Filides, Daphne 
Finn, Kimbetly 
Fischer, Paul 
Fisher, Richard 
Fisher, Tami 
Flahive, Steve 
Flaker.JiU 
Fleming, W,U 
Fogarty, Helen 
Fogelson, Phil 
Foley, Alex 
Forgeron, Michelle 
Fergus, Ronald 
Forney, Joel 
Forsberg, Aimee 
Foxtnan, Lauta 
Francis, Gary 

Frankel, Phyllis 
Franz, Emilie 
Freund, Alison 
Friedley, Melanie 
Fritz, Anthony 
Frohm, Etica 



58 

39, 42, 43, 178 

188 

169, 200, 220 

178 

226 

126 

4,35 

36 

220 

35, 36, 78, 163, 248 

37, 57 

38,47 

4, 34, 35, 172 

37, 85, 89 

16 

188 

44, 188, 194 

38, 172 

36, 45, 100, 250 

135 

36, 47, 69 

34, 37, 85, 94, 242 

216 

37 

34, 178 

188 

36, 42, 169 

48 

41 

36, 70, 164, 166, 222, 
223 

188 

37 

35,42,47, 178 

37, 53 

226 

220 



Gagen, Neal 
Gallagher, Maureen 
Gallagher, Satah 
Galloway, Jonathan 
Garcia, Leslie 
Gardner, Jessica 
Garneau, Jean-Luc 
Garneau, Marc 
Gaskell, Jon 
Gassmere, JoAnne 
Gay, Delle 
Gayle, Carol 
Gebhardt, Ann 
Generous, Suzanne 
George, David 
Giannimore, Frank 
Gibbons, Maureen 
Gibson, Paul 
Giese, Jen 
Gill, Sean 
Gillette, Elizabeth 
Ginnegar, Metle 
Ginnegar, Peter 
Glassman, Roben 
Glicksman, Sam 
Glocker, Erika 
Glover, Harry 36, 

Goltermann, Louis 
Goluboff, Beniamin 
Goodman, Norm 
Goodwin, Julie 
Gournis, Dean 
Grabowski, Paul 
Graff, Daniel 
Graff, Tom 
Graham, Coty 
Graham, Ktistin 
Gray, Clayton 
Grayson, Lornell 
Green, Will 
Greenfield, Robert 
Grippo, Dave 
Grisham, Gertrude 
Gummere, Francis 
Gwinn, Jessica 



148, 163 

7, 215 
42 

188, 192 
117 

34, 35, 48, 173 

188 

173 

36 

37, 79, 82 

38, 173 
188 

173, 220 

38,61 

189 

226 

37, 85,90 

199 

35,45, 168, 225 

33,36 

141 

227 

226 

189, 192 

39 

34 

45, 101, 166, 167, 
244 

36 

189 

226 

48, 173 

169 

36, 47, 74, 166 

44 

44 

138 

7,45, 178 

44, 189 

222 

36 

189 

47 

189 

184 

39, 178 



H 



Halloran, Carlorta 
Halter, Stephanie 
Hamilton, Chris 
Hammond, Mark 
Handler, Ted 
Hanke, Tammy 
Hansen, Forest 
Hanson, Mart 
Harmon, Judith 
Harper, Nicole 
Harrington, Mark 
Hazelton, Keith 
Hazelion, Sara 
Hazen, Melody 
Heilman, Wendy 
Heissan, Mate 
Henningfeld, Kris 
Herbert, Chris 
Herndon, Jo-Nell 
Hill, Thomas 
Hoag, Sarah 
Hoffman, Beth Anne 
Hogan, John 
Holland, Nelson 
HoUiday, Robert 
Holmes, Tracey 
Holsteen, Ted 
Holt, Katherine 
Holzer, Amie 
Hooper, Kate 
Hope, Sean 
Hotchkiss, Eugene 
Houghton, Jocelyne 
Howard, Tom 
Hudson, Brent 
Hull, Monte 
Huntington, Ten 



79. 83, 256 

41 

36 

225 

10. 36, 166, 203 

200 

190 

16 

190 

35.45, 215 
208 
190 

173, 215 

113 

35, 44, 173 

15, 36. 76 

37, 57 

178 

178 

47, 169 

45. 46. 169 

116 

178 

104 

190 

43. 145. 244 

38, 178 

44. 48. 178 

37. 213 

14 

178 

184 

43.46, 173 
45, 178 

36. 222. 223 

190 

169, 207, 220 



I 



Ichikawa, Dia 



34 




G 



Haas, Graham 171 

Hafenscher, Kathy 4, 42, 45, 165. 201 

Hahn, Cynthia 190 

Haines, David 36, 74 



Jacobs, Julie 
Jadvani, Mark 
Jankowski, Keith 
Jeong, Tung Hon 
Johnson, Christopher 
Johnson, Erik 
Johnson, Roxanne 



Johnson, Steve 
Jones, Lee 
Jones, Tim 
Jonqua, Olivia 
Joseph, Debbie 
Joubert, Marc 
Juengst, Heather 
Jurema, Marcus 



204, 225 

161 

15.36 

1,37 

46. 179 

36 

39. 179 

36,67 



K 



Kaczmarick, Cheryl 
Kalata, Eric 
Kalkanis, Jim 
Kane, Kimm 
Kapchinski, Scott 
Karasick, Abby 
Kash, Michael 
Kateley, Laura 
Kavanagh, KC 
Keller, Shelly 
Kelly, Richard 
Kelly, Seana 
Kemp, Melissa 
Kenney, Kathleen 
Kenney, Matthew 
Kiley, Bryan 
Killian, Todd 
King, Bruce 
Kirby, Frank 
Klein, Kathryn 
Kohl, Kathy 
Konzen, Paul 
Kotelman, Laura 
Koyuma, Ayumi 
Kramer, David 
Kramer, Rebecca 
Krystal, Carlyn 
Kuebbeler, BiU 
Kuznik, Jan 
Kwainski, Carole 



48 


Lacroix, Andte 


134 


Lage, Gteg 


36,98 


Lain, Stephanie 


190 


Lambert, Tata 


137 


Lane, Ttaci 


39, 179 


Langelan, Lauta 


169 


LaSalle, MicheUe 



37,52 

42 

41 

79, 81, 244 

36, 42, 73, 238 

41, 44, 179 

190 

190 

85,86 

220, 221, 242 

43, 189, 191 

35, 37, 47,85, 92 

47 

169 

122 

15, 36,49 

42, 173 

184 

191 

35 

35, 37, 47, 79. 80 

45, 127,238 

39, 48, 173 

4 

226 

173 

35,47 

36, 167 

48, 179 

37,39 



15,36 
34 

179 
179 

4,37 

39. 44, 179 

37,62 



Index 267 



Lasco, Charles 




179 


McLaughlin, Matt 


35,36,73, 165, 225 


Norton, Cindy 


34, 35, 37 


Peysakovich, Mark 


171 


Lehmann, Lance 


35.45 


, 48, 169 


Meadows, Eric 


8 


Nott, Catherine 


147 


Phaneuf, Greg 


It 


LeMahieu, Dan 




191 


Meenan, Lon 


14, 37, 211 


Nowowiecki, Sean 


7 


Phillips, Laura 


11,3/ 


Lenihan, Jason 


55, 36 


70, 253 


Meinel, Peggy 


200 


Nuebel, Laurie 


35, 37 


Pierce, Shawn 


79.81, 163 


Lepianka, Anica 




124 


Melamed, Jessica 


179 


Nygaard, Shawn 


42, 174 


Pinkerton, Doug 


3( 


Lepinski, Sarah 




37 


Merrifield, Shawn 


155 


^_ 


^ 


Pinto, Loren 


1! 


Lescinskas, Brian 




225 


Metyk, KcUy 


34, 37, 58 


c 


t 


Poklar, Tina 


37.85,91 


Lessing. Abba 




191 


Metz, Sue 


37,61 




w 


Pokorny, Kristy 


IS': 


Leucht, Amber 


179. 


206, 207 


Meyer, Chris 


8, 39, 180 




■■^■^^ 


Ponto, Rob 


4; 


Leung, JuUe 




179 


Michaels, Claire 


191 


O'Brien, Jack 


47, 72 


Popow, Tony 


y 


Levitsky, Beth 


34, 37. 85.93 


Miller, Arthur 


184 






Porter, Liz 


3! 












O'Brien, KeUy 


206, 225 






Lewis, Todd 




15 


Miller, Charles 


191, 227 


O'Connor, Corey 


36 


Posick, Priscilla 


200, 201 


Lewis, Valerie 




37, 47 


Miller, Joe 


34,45, 124, 249 


O'Grady, Cornelia Sands 


38,39, 133 


Potter, Hope 


7, 18C 


Lindsey. Phil 




42, 198 


Miller, Meredith 


37,85,90,253 


O'Leary, Heather 


37 


Potter, Roben 


19S 


Liston, Keith 




169 


Miller, Ron 


184, 195 


O'Leary, Sean 


35,36,99,252 


Pozil, Scott 


34,35. 38.42, 17^ 


Little, Kimberley 


34 


37, 200 


Miller, Vesheta 


173 


O'Neill, Chris 


36 


Pruett, Chris 


36. 63, 16^ 


Lombardi, Lou 




47 


Minogue, Jennifer 


43,44 


O'Neill, Jerry 


98 


Ptomey, Tricia 34 


35. 37. 38.47. 17( 


Love, Jenny 




220 


Mitchell, Alex 


191 


Olmstead, Earl 


66 


Puddles, Lynne 


19; 


Lovely, Shane 




222 


Mittelman, Kelly 


180 


Olson, Amy 


39, 146 


Puke, Michelle 


35, 38. 42, 18C 


Lovenczen, Janna 




179 


Mobarak, Liz 


39, 173 


Olson, Eric 


36,45 


Pytel, Janice 


39.42,43, 17^ 


Lowenberg, Dan 


36.67. 257 


Moer, Theresia 


128 




















Ori, Simona 


37,44 


i 


M^ 


Lowery, William 




184 


Moffet, Doug 


47 


Ottaviano, Ken 


36 


( 


Ql 


Lowther, Sarah 




34, 47 


Mongerson, Tyler 


180 


Overturf, EUzaberh 


170 




iifiiMtitkfi" i 


Luders, Caroline 




179 


Montano, Sracey 


180 


Owen, Christine 35, 


37,85,94, 265 


>ppe*-^l^ 


■■w"^'"^^^^^^ 


Lustig, Dayna 




60 


Monzeglio, Chip 


15, 36, 174 






Quick, Lara 


9f 


Luttrell, Mardi 

r 


SA 


47 


Moon, Gina 
Moore, Jason 
Moore, Michael 


15, 39,42 

180 

149, 259 


F 


3 


Quinn, Lori 


44, 83 




iifi ritfi'i'kirt 




Moore, Thomas 


42,43, 116 








^^ 






^ih^U.^ 


Moran, Patty 


165, 256 


Packel, Ed 


192 


,^(P**^^ 


M^iii]iit<ifyfc<'"' 1 








Morrison, JiU 40 


109, 207, 220, 221 


Pagone, Tara 


35 






Macartney, Monique 


34,35 


37, 169 




















Moser, Theresia 


34, 47 


Palenske, Jenny 


34 


Ramnath, Rowena 


180 


Mackin, John 




104 




















Moskoff, Rachel 


200 


Palmer, Katie 


200 


Ramsey, Cille 


22: 


Madden, Pat 




36 




















Munson, Kurt 


153 


Parent!, Chris 


37, 52 


Rau, PhUip 


12f 


Maddox, Stephanie 




85,88 




















Murphy, Suzanne 


174 


Parker, Jeffery 


139 


Raynor, Sarah 


y, 


Magarity, Jennifer 


34 


38, 140 




















Mustafa, Matey 


174, 220 


Parker, Lisa 


35, 37 


Read, Saunder 


42, 2U 


Maher, Kendra 




242 




















Muttaqee, Otis 


223 


Parker, Marcie 


35,37,42 


Reddy, Sudheshna 


35, 38, 43, 46 


Maltagliati, Monica 




37 




















Mwangi, Evelyn 


8, 46, 180 


Parker, Mart 


35,45, 48, 170 


Reeves, Jason 


21( 


Mansfield, Alice 




179 






Parola, Todd 


42, 222 


Reidy, Shannon 


7, 34, 180, 22C 


Mardis, Diane 




45, 262 




IM 


Parziale, Tricia 


35, 37 


Reilly, Heather 


35, 42, 174, 2i; 


Marquis, Francois 




218 




!>■ 


Patel, Roopa 


44 


Reimer, Danielle 


43, 44, 13f 


Marshall, Rob 




105, 243 


^^0i^^ 


^^jj^litUt^^ " ' • 


Paulson, Charles 


192 


Reitelman, Jason 


34, 35, 4' 


Martin, Greg 




35 


l^ripv 




Paxton, Bill 


36 


Rice, Jennifer 


IB- 


Martin, William 




191 


Nakamura, Yumi 


46, 156 


Payne, Mike 


180 


Richard, Nathalie 


S' 


Martinez, Gabnelle 




173 


Nazmi, Nader 


191, 192 


Pearson, Allen 


42 


Ridgley, Amanda 


151,25; 


Mason, Joanna 




35,43 


Neilsen, Matthew 


180 


Pearson, Duane 


39 


Rigney, Molly 


35, 2i: 


Mastro, Don 




36, 169 


Nelson, Mark 


192 


















Peirson, Stefan 


36 


Ring, Larry 


36, 99, 16' 


Matheson, Brad 




216 


Neumann, Kim 


201, 220 


















Penry, Kelly 


34, 95 


Rivera, Portia 


8, 18 


Matic, Tanya 




170 


Newcomer, Landon 


42,45 


Perham, Geoffery 


15 


Roberts, David 


17' 


Matthew, Janet 


45 


47, 170 


Newlin, Hilary 


35, 37, 163, 170 


Perkin, Katie 


43 


Roberts, Jennifer 


144, 164, 22: 


May, Mike 




36 


Newlin, John 


44 


Perkins, Durinda 39 


, 152, 163, 263 


Robinson, Lyletta 


4 


McClain, Molly 


35 


37, 170 


Niles. MicheUe 


4,35,37 


Perry, Carmen 


42, 180 


Roche, Melissa 


18 


McComb, Colin 




42 


Noel, John 


39, 48, 180 










McCorkle, Galen 




159 


Nomura, Yasuyo 


45,46 


Peterson, Ehzabeth 


180 


Roper, Melissa 


3 


McDonald, Janeth 




35, 173 


Noonan, John 


15 


Peterson, Jason 


36 


Rosenberg, Day 


18 



268 Index 



KiEaiii 



Ross, Alexia 


35, 37, 56 


Smith, W Rand 


193 


Towie, David 




193 


Wheelden, Todd 


36 


Ross, Lisa 


34, 174, 225 


Sommer, Roger 


16 


Towle, Patrick 




122 


White, Amy 


45,84 


Rugh, Suzannah 


44, 140, 258 


Soomekh, Shadi 


35,41, 181 


Townsend, Brian 




36 


Whitehouse, Becky 


42, 155, 244 


Runtde, Steve 


199 


Spannraft, David 


174 


Townsend, John 




39 


Whitlock, Peter 


35, 36, 167, 203 


Rweyemamu, Mike 


14, 34,45 


Specht, Kristine 


174 


Traver, Carolyn 




42 


Whitmark.Jeff 


226 


Ryan, Thomas 


184 


Sprecher, Sacha 


37,85,86 


Travis, Sheneen 




182 


Whitmore, Eliza 


215 


1 


F^ 


Stanimirovic, Sonja 


44 


Trees, Dianne 




154 


Whitten, Kimberly 


182 


1 


s 


Stanley, EUzabeth 


34, 35, 42, 46 


Troyer, Robert 




194 


Wier, Mimi 


37, 175 




iVnViTiMhyii^'*^" • 


Stanley, Ethan 


42 


Turner, Sonya 




42 


Wight, Phil 


134, 164 


sgjiP**"^^l«iat 


■■"""^ 


Stanutz, Annette 


193 


Tuttle, Carolyn 


192 


194 


Wilkins, Lisa 


38 






Staroszczyk, Tom 


48 


Tweedie, John 


39 


182 


Willson, Beth 


10, 37, 47 


Sadri, Ahmad 


192 




















State, Tim 15, 35 


38,42, 174, 216 


Tygar, Mindy 


4. 35 


175 


Wilmerding, Daphne 


37, 175 


Salters, Craig 


36, 78 




















Steeble, Alison 


37 


Tyson, Lance 




204 


Wilson, Brady 


35, 36, 175 


SaJvoni, Frank 


36, 42, 100, 219 


Steiner, Scott 


77 


m 


m 




Wingate, Bill 


39,41 


Samples, Elizabeth 


43, 181 


Stenmark, Marcie 


34, 174 


V 


f 




Wingenbach, Ed 


34,43, 117 


Sanguino, Michelle 


42, 44, 148 






^ 


f 












Stephenson, Kathleen 


181 


,^f^AJ06il^^j^ ...^-ja-y-t. 


^^^^^ 


IJ^ 


Wirth, Lee 


39, 157 


Savage, Brad 


170 


Stillwell, Ben 


35 


'**^1*''"^'" 






Wiss, Randy 


42, 175 


Saver, Matthew 


170 


Stone, Mike 


34,35 








Wittry, Steve 


44, 157 


Schade, Stephanie 


35,39, 175 






Vacco, Dan 


36,45 










Stotts, Brenda 


213 








Woll, Rachel 


182 


Scheurell, KeUie 


35 


Strauss, Jody 


7, 181 


Van Newenhizen, Jill 


192 


194 


Wood, Jennifer 


121 


Schoen, Lawrence 


192 


Strautnieks, Gint 


35, 181 


Veldhoven, Volkert 




209 


Woodbury, Cynthia 


195 


Schulman, Lauren 


16, 37, 42 


Strefling, Nikki 


44 


Vignocchi, Bermce 




194 


Woodger, Sam 


199 


Schultz, Kate 


42,48 






Vigon, Tony 4, 36, 47, 


71, 163, 


166, 










Strobel, Sheila 


170 




222 


223 


Woodis, Mia 


35, 171 


Schultz, Nikki 


37 




















Strohmer, Steve 


15, 36 


Villani, Vanessa 




48 


Woodward, Alicia 


37,45, 57 


Secrist, Laura 


35 




















Stross, Larissa 


35 


Voorhees, Sara 


35 


182 


Woolridge, Andrea 


42,46 


Seda, Jennifer 


162 


Sullivan, Kate 


143 








Woudstra, Mark 


15 


Sedgwick, Allison 


42, 144, 164, 225 


Sullivan, Kelly-Anne 


143 


V^ 


/ 




Wrather, Robert 


175 


Selby, Greg 


36, 209 






V' 


If 












Sundberg, Jeff 


193 








Wright, Amanda 


182 


Severson, Jenny 


220 


Sunseri, Amie 


34, 37, 45 


Ha^**"^ r"^-^ 


^j^^^^^li^ 


M^ 


Wuchich, Diana 


182 


Seviour, Scott 


105 


Sutherland, Doug 


7, 34, 39, 181 












Shamas, Kristin 


43 






Wagenaar, Sue 


35, 38, 


171 


^ 

' 


^^ 






Sutherland, Tiffany 


39,42, 170 








w 


Shapiro, Peter 


34, 229 


Swanson, Brad 


39, 181 


Wagner, Kristin 


159, 


166 




T 


Shelley, Amy 


44, 170 


Swift, Blake 


13 


Wakabayashi, Dave 


15, 35,36 






Shelley, Lisa 


121 


Waldschmidt, Geoff 




160 






Shields, George 


43, 189, 193 




r 


Wallace, Bonnie 




216 


Yamada, Ryan 


4, 182 


Shreve, Jim 


216 




1 


Wallace, Jennifer 




194 


Yamashiro, Cammy 


16 


Shufelt, Laura 


84 




^^ij^m^titi^'u^ 


Walsh, Chris 




36 


Yano, Mitsuei 


171 


Shull, Diana 


39, 181 






Walsh, Monica 




182 


Yarbo rough, Karen 


7 


Silberman, Sam 


4,34, 174 


Tadano, Fumiko 


4, 175, 212 


Walters, Delores 




195 


Yeaton, Kimberly 


175 


Simmons, Phillip 


193 


Talbot, Liz 


48 


Wanderer, Julie 




48 


Yelson, Betsy 


37 


Simmons, Shenae 


39, 42,44, 181 


Talhami, Ghada 


183, 193 


Washington, Doug 


47, 


165 


g 


^^ 


Simmons, Stephanie 


181 


Tarandy, Nicole 


38, 47, 163, 210 


Wasik, Mike 


36, 


167 


A 


z 


Simon, Jessica 


41 


Tewey, Pamela A 


146 


Wasserman, Howard 




226 


i 




Sims, Sandra 


42, 137, 164 


Thickstun, Carol 


194 


Waszak, Deborah 


35,3- 


, 54 




^^H^^^it^lMUtxa^ 


Simshauser, Kathcrinc 142 


Thomas, Robin 35, 42 


43, 45,47, 145, 


Vfatson, Heath 




4 












261 








Zachary, Adrian 


42, 175 


Sinn, Drew 


36 






Weathers, Karla 


220, 


221 






Slaats, Jackie 
Sloan, Gretchen 
Sloan, HoUy 


189, 220, 227 

35, 37, 85, 88, 251 

174 


Thomas, Shelia 
Thompson, Lee 
Thompson, Lisa 
Thoms, Will 


46, 175 

193 

182 

35, 36, 65 


Webb, Jason 
Webster, Kay-Kay 
Weik, Kenneth 


64, 

37, 42, 


164 
171 
195 


Zamer, William 
Zeifer, Anhur 
Ziemek, Holly 
Zilversmit, Anhur 


195 

198 

37, 79, 82 

195 


Smith, Barbara 
Smith, Cameron 


181 
43, 125 


Thynne, Alexis 
Tico, Chris 


45 
162, 225 


Weesner, Andy 
Weiser, Miki 




36 
182 


Zook, Kirsten 


38, 40, 42, 175 


Smith, Ctaig 


244 


Tiemo, Mark 


193 


Welbom, Chad 




16 






Smith, Enc 


36 


Timmerman, Patti 


182, 220 


Wentworth, Naomi 




195 






Smith, Maggie 


34 


Tonko, Margot 


35, 37, 79,80 


Wessel, Scott 




36 






Smith, Patti 


37 






Westbrooks, Christy 


42,45, 


182 







Index 269 




(Right) Jerry reads John his 
workout shedule. (O'Neill, 
Christensen) 

(Far Right) A small aowd gathers 
to watch the soccer team m action. 
(Bottom Right) A LFC student 
studies at the bteak watet, 
(Below) Sara Voothees and Liz 
Samples gossip outside the 
cafeteria. 





/ 





270 Closing 




Qosing 271 



History Waiks On 




(Right) Durand Commons stands alone. 

(Above) Before the cafeteria was built, students ate in Durand Commons (1962) 



Sue Wagenaar 

Jennifer Fetter 
Chris Durr 
Monique Macartney 
Lisa Ross 
Tricia Ptomey 
Jennifer Ellis 
Liz Overturf 
Anne Bennett 
Scott Pozil 
Dede Gay 



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Kim Booke, Susan Borders, Ilan Cohen, Mark Collier, Julie Jacobs, Melissa Kemp, Carlyn Krystal, Janet McDonald, 
Marcy Mustafa, Kim Neumann, Tricia Parziale, Shenae Simmons, Doug Sutherland, Nicole Tarandy, John Tweedie, 

Wendy Viets, and Ryan Yamada 

Special thanks to the Stentor staff for their contributions to the book. 

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